/// Portrait Drawing by Rachael Rice ///
Hallo, hola, & welcome! Alexis P. Morgan likes to bare it all in page and pose.Follow Alexis:
“I ‘know’ you only through your words. You are, to me, a dear stranger. For me, the words you burn onto the ‘page’ heat-warm-stir the deep-knowing wellspring within. There is a longing to read what you write.Like all things Life, the road will be windy and sometimes rocky, but it will gather those who need to read the words that writing brings through and from you. I am sure I will not be the first in line, but I will be on the line and I will bring my money. The line will be long. Those of us who must read and read things of meaning, who buy those words to have them in our internal and surrounding spaces, will be on that line. Write. We are eager to read.”
Alexis is the sort of no-nonsense refreshing wind that can blow away all the cobwebs: whether that’s the cobwebs of the establishment or the cobwebs lurking in the dusty corners of your heart. She takes no shortcuts and pulls no punches in any of her work, and that’s exactly what we need. I’m grateful she shares her gifts so graciously.
I can’t articulate how your writings operate in my heart and spirit, but their result is that Life is stronger and Love is more real to me. Thank you.
If the pen is mightier than the sword, Alexis is wielding a lightsaber of truth with her word smithing. She doesn’t just uncover truths, she’s a root worker, digging right down into the marrow, transforming cells with her writing.
Alexis has a powerful way with words and her exceptional analysis and synthesis are worth paying attention to. I continue to learn from her.
Alexis’ name means defender and helper. That’s how I see and experience her. She’s equally tender and just, kind and lucid. Above all else, she’s legit. Alexis defends what she sees and the wisdom that guides her to that seeing. She offers her gifts of insight to help others align to their own destiny. Gifts of insight, by the way, that are no joke. So don’t come looking for sugar coated fluff. But do come looking for the straight goods given in love because that’s what she does, that’s who she is.
Your writing, and it’s honesty, clarity, and humor have a real impact on me. I lost my dad a year ago on the 25 of this month. Your choice to be public about your grief has really spoken to me. Also I drink my coffee every day out of your hex mug. And that’s not even getting into the myriad ways your writing about social justice and white supremacy have aided me in facing my privilege. So really? Thank you. I’m glad you take us along for the ride.
Alexis absolutely takes me to church. There are no grandiose attempts at prediction, simply truthful intuition that amplifies and clarifies my own sense of direction. She helps me to see a story, a process- not just a destination. There is power in the way she appeals to your power, guiding you to access your own strength and transformation. I seek her out when I can’t see forward, need to make decisions, and take actions that are aligned with my visions.
She told me a hard truth. And I LOVED it. People are afraid of the hard truths. Not so with Alexis. She knows it is honours her gifts to say what needs to be said...which is why I work with her.