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3 Modes of Life: Creating, Relating, Consuming

By no means do I pretend to have this all figured out, but it has been central to my thought process for a few years now that there are three main modes of activities in which we engage as humans: 1,065 more words


Past, Present, & Future: Entry 3


You were the friend that I dated for a couple of months before realizing that you were so attached to me in a beautiful way, and I just wasn’t ready for that. 132 more words


The Colors of Words

My boyfriend and I just had a two hour debate over something we agreed about completely. “Sure, you need to be careful about what judgments you make, and how you treat people based on those judgments,” he would say, “but its still fair and inevitable to make some judgments, especially based on things people really have choices about, like the slogans on their T-shirts.” 566 more words

Human Nature

Commonly Misused Psychology Terms

Dr. Simon 16 May 2014

How we see things really matters. And how we label behaviors is important, too. Knowledge is power. But to be fully empowered you have to understand what’s really going on and how to appropriately interpret and label various behaviors. 24 more words

Human Nature?

Life Purpose

Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.
-Henry David Thoreau


Pessimism and Pinot Grigio

I’m definitely a glass-is-half-empty kind of gal. Especially when it’s wine—then someone usually refills it.

People often say, “Why can’t you be more positive?” Here’s the thing: Bug off. 202 more words