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Removing the Masks We Wear

When we were children, we used to think that when we were grown-up we would no longer be vulnerable. But to grow up is to accept vulnerability…to be alive is to be vulnerable. 889 more words

Resole

Looking Back (Honestly)

At the beginning of 2015, Jeff Goins wrote up a post I really liked.

It was “Looking Back (Honestly) at the Past Year.

He talked about how we often portray ourselves in an unrealistic way on social media. 1,114 more words

Personal/Opinion

Veneered Vestiges of Humanity

The world shatters: breaks

The belief system shakes

sense of security vanishes

Mask ugly face ravishes

Deterioration sin reeks

Perfumes we seek

to disguise

and rise… 81 more words

Poetry

The many faces of humanity

Looking back on my earliest memories, I realize that even then, I had many faces. Even at the young age of 4 or so, I presented different people with different sides of me. 1,156 more words

Undiluted Ramblings

I’m Still Standing

By Judy Berman

It was September. The leaves were turning. It’s a time when the elements begin to make me feel hemmed in.

That feeling only intensified when I learned that I was being transferred to the newspaper’s Rome bureau – not the exotic city in Italy, but a small city in Upstate New York. 727 more words

Humor