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Let's talk about sexuality

The story is I’m a 15 year old, male, and what actually is my sexuality, and am I comfortable with this sexuality? So it all goes back to two years ago (almost 3), the summer of 2014, I’m not going to give you the details of how I discovered it, because it’s tmi. 283 more words

Meeting the radiant Mr Rupert Spira

This month I had the rare privilege of meeting author and teacher, Rupert Spira. He is a public figure now, with thousands of students across the globe, and the reason for his following is that he expresses and embodies the truth of non-dual teaching in the most beautiful way. 220 more words

Spirit

Identity in Separate Baubles

Being homosexual has consistently been present in my life, beginning when I was 9 years old when AIDS entered my consciousness, putting a dark stigma became attached to being homosexual.  353 more words

I Swear, I'm Easy To Care For Like A Cactus

five ways ADD impacts my life (and how I cope)

Growing up I often heard phrases from my family and friends like, “Janelle, you’re not listening” or “Janelle, for the hundredth time…” Every time I would hear these responses, insecurity flood into the deepest parts of who I am. 1,680 more words

RISE UP!

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”    Philippians‬ ‭4:8‬ ‭NIV‬‬ 176 more words

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Choice

Have you ever wondered why every known application on file, whether for a loan, college, job, or survey, requires you to choose an ethnicity? Not a nationality, but an ethnic group. 553 more words

"One Small Step in the Direction of Love"

As I come to the conclusion of a year in which I chose to let go of those things by which I might most easily recognize myself, and be recognized: my life in pastoral leadership with a congregation, my attendance at Sunday worship, my familiar spiritual practices, I pause on the threshold to look back.   288 more words