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Whose Life Is It Anyway?

I did it too.

I lived somebody else’s passion instead of my own. I was a competitive runner for years but hated doing it. Running was not my passion. 463 more words

'The Lives We Live' - the green room: the first look

Reality is merely an illusion,
albeit a very consistent one.
– Albert Einstein 

Living vicariously through the lives of others, is an expression often used in a sense of longing, not necessarily sadness, but perhaps wishing for something, that we cannot imagine we will ever have. 287 more words

The Shows

It's My Dream

If I wanted I could believe I’m a doctor, but perhaps you’d see through my ruse and peg me as a necromancer with patients who tend to be few and probably somewhat remote – which may also describe the likelihood of a cure for these same people. 167 more words




Up at dawn and to bed at sunset,
he avoids the dark hours.
The dark hours are coming for him
soon enough, he figures, and he… 256 more words


The secrets and lies in our lives

I just finished reading The Girl On the Train. If you haven’t read it yet, I won’t spoil it for you, but I will give you a brief idea of the story: Rachel is our main narrator, and she’s a divorced alcoholic who we soon realize we can’t trust. 602 more words

Random Ramblings

Sneaky PP and her recordings

Accompanying me on my twilight wruns (walk plus run – more walk than run as opposed to ralk, which is more run than walk), is my Nike+ app to track said wrun. 888 more words

Living Vicariously Kills Intention

I’ve recently come out of a season of life that was full of constant change, but after nearly a year of shifting, everything has come to a halt. 635 more words

Daily Life