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Deer in the Headlights

Olympus stood against the wall of the Zeigeist coffee shop, waiting for his ride in the soggy Seattle streets. He looked at his watch, and realized he was going to be late for the meeting. 645 more words

Short Story

Do You Hear Voices?

I was at my favorite table watching the game when my phone played Gimme Shelter.  I checked messages and switched off the ringer out of habit.   474 more words

Everyday Beauty In Your Life

what an amateur mistake.

Brady and I texted all day on Friday. Well as much as we could with him being busy with work. We decided that we would do the beach Saturday afternoon so after work I got a wax and a new suit (obviously). 1,123 more words

Would You Handcuff Me?

I once wrote about being put in handcuffs (not arrested) while experiencing a manic episode of bipolar disorder. That – a true story by the way – occurred during my second episode in April 2013. 588 more words

Blogging

The True Meaning of Psychotic

Someone in one of my summer classes said something the other night that really bothered me. He described the main character of Divergent (a book we are required to read for class) as psychotic because she seems “all over the place.” He said that her emotions are always changing, making her psychotic. 677 more words

Blogging

{ARC Review} Quarantine: The Burnouts by Lex Thomas (Quarantine #3)

From Goodreads: Lord of the Flies in a 21st-century high school setting.Welcome to Quarantine 3: The Burnouts , where readers of The Maze Runner, Gone, and Divergent go when they’re hungry for more dark, compelling survival stories. 582 more words

Book Reviews

Wes Annac Interviews - Eric Dweller: "Spiritual Awakening Should Be Embraced" - Part 1/2

“Wes Annac Interviews” is an interview-based series I created to give the spotlight to fellow seekers who aren’t well-known in the conscious circles.

I think every seeker should be empowered; should be given a voice to express themselves and how they feel about various aspects of our unfolding evolution and our construction of a new, utopian society. 1,157 more words

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