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I am not about politics. I am about people. Though in the end politics comes down to people. So I guess you could say that I am about the politics of what makes people tick. Particularly what makes us tick so that we can attain and maintain peace and harmony. Continue reading
Here’s a news flash: we in the west don’t like waiting. This because we are taught, or rather imprinted, that waiting is either an unwanted delay, a dodge, a deflection, a distress, certainly dubious, or at the very least a … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I am an optimist and have been so all of my life.
However, being a lifelong optimist has never prevented me from experiencing pain, fear, doubt, longing, vulnerability, loss, betrayal, grief, powerlessness, or rejection.
This isn’t a secret per se, but it may be a surprise to those who perceive optimism as whitewashing, a sweeping under the rug, or an avoidance of life’s unpleasantness. Continue reading
Happy New Year Friends! I don’t know about you, but 2013 felt less like a year and more like a semester. What? What do you mean it’s already time for finals? I JUST got here… Therefore, I am not creating … Continue reading
Greetings Beloved Subscribers! (I don’t call you that lightly, I am grateful for each and everyone of you) I am honored to have another contribution on Tiny Buddha.com. Here is the link: http://tinybuddha.com/blog/you-are-enough-a-tiny-manual-for-being-your-true-self/ If you get a moment, please pay … Continue reading
Wobbly standing on the galactic shoulders of Miss Jane Austen like a knobby-kneed seventh grade cheerleader, I put forth this thought: We, the human race, must sort out a few things about pride in order to finally shed our prejudices, … Continue reading