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Sweet Rush of Balance

You are as vast within as the whole of the Earth Mother and all her children toward which you sometimes extend and experience overwhelming compassion. Draw those benevolent sensitivities toward your perceived individuality and feel the sweet rush of balance.

~Eve Brown~

Out Of The Box

No Copies

I heard it said once that God doesn’t make copies. My family is living, breathing proof of that. I have seven nieces and nephews. Yes, I did say seven. 583 more words

Bright Ideas

“All I would tell people is to hold onto what was individual about themselves, not to allow their ambition for success to cause them to try to imitate the success of others.

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Lost in the New Millennium

We have no sense of purpose. Living in a country where the economy is tumultuous at best, it is difficult for us to reconcile the needs of sustaining necessities (food, shelter) and personal sanity with the longing to fulfill one’s potential. 169 more words

Modest Observations

Outliers: On Individuality, Illusion, and the Importance of Being Different

I’ve always rooted for the underdogs. The outcasts. Those who live on the fringes either because they choose to or need to – or both.  Those who dare to be different – or just are different. 1,293 more words


Why the world is such as mess...and a key root of my philosophy

Last night I was watching The Graduate with my brother, what struck me was the character of the main character. He was weak, so easily seduced by a woman he didn’t even want and weak before her, not exerting control over his life around him, and a real doofus who lets everything blow up in front of him and makes everything worse for himself. 322 more words


“I have never listened to anyone who criticized my taste in space travel, sideshows or gorillas. When this occurs, I pack up my dinosaurs and leave the room.” - Ray Bradbury

There’s a huge dichotomy in life between what you think you should be doing and what you actually want to do.

You mostly hear about it in the form of parents impressing their hopes and aspirations onto their spawn, but mostly I’ve found that I’ve had to contend with what I am doing vs what I would love to do. 525 more words