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Day 406

Everyday I think, may be today is the day I start referring to Saagar in the past tense. I haven’t been able to do that as yet. 668 more words


The train pulled away
it pulled at me
pulled all I’d known
away, leaving me
lost in a scent
that was neither
you nor I… 93 more words


Love is love

Love is love, don’t you think? Does it matter the occupation, the socio-economic background, the gender, the race, the culture, the nationality, the age, the abilities… 112 more words

Living Life

Regarding Peace

The survival of one man depends on his ability to serve himself. Fight or flight in a world where only the strong survive. Man stands alone focused on his own interests, seeking every opportunity to progress without regard for others around him. 352 more words


I Do Not Belong

Photo Credit: Christ the Savior Greek Orthodox Church, Pascha 2015

As a protestant, sitting in on a Catholic mass can sometimes be a painful experience. 1,538 more words


On Belonging

On Belonging

It should never be about fitting in, it should be about BELONGING. Whether our students are high achieving, dyslexic, GT, creative, regular, learning disabled, etc., the labels come with both positive and negative attributes. 103 more words


Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, accountability, and authenticity. If we want greater clarity in our purpose or deeper and more meaningful spiritual lives, vulnerability is the path.

Brene Brown