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I’ll never ask you 
to be anything other 
than exactly you.

— Tyler Knott Gregson


Chronicles of Belonging: The commencement

I’ve got earphones on because there’s a song I want to infiltrate every part of my brain and auditory canal. The Bella Ciao song (original version) is what has been on replay for half an hour so far. 253 more words


twenty-five: belonging

um, i’d appreciate a break in the heavy words, you bastard randomizer.

this is another toughie for me.


i can remember, quite distinctly, being 10 years old, and slipping a note under my parents’ closed bedroom door after we had argued. 688 more words

On Belonging in Physical Space

All of us fight hidden, silent battles against not being good enough, not having enough and not belonging enough. – Brené Brown

As a kid that grew up all over and never really getting chances to plant my roots down deep, physical space has taken on such a personal meaning to me.

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His Perpetual Dread

“He had painted, not long ago, the window frames of the big mellow-bricked asylum and had become familiar with its inmates. That he belonged there with them, that he would one day share their restricted existence, was his perpetual dread.” 7 more words


I belong.

Recently, I woke up with this weird sensation that somehow I’m hiding. Hiding from the wold. I’m not going out that much, I’m not meeting as many new people as I used to. 678 more words

Brené Brown on True Belonging

Courtesy of Uplift

By Azriel ReShel on Friday October 12th, 2018

Show the World Your Real Self First

Have you ever felt like you just don’t… 39 more words