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Give Your Writing a Creative Eclipse

“What is it that sets you on fire? What gets your creative juices going?”

I asked this question to a group of young writers at an elementary school last fall. 228 more words

Book, Writing

Eschatology

What is it?

Eschatology is the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind.

What is your understanding of it, why do you believe it, how did you come to this understanding, and do you live it as accordingly to your belief? 28 more words

New Perspective

Suicidal? Or being a teenager.

I haven’t decided how I feel about trigger warnings but if you’re overly sensitive or actually might kill yourself then maybe don’t read this.

I’m not suicidal and I’m not gonna pretend to know shit about suicide. 2,123 more words

Journal

When People Reach Out and Remind You of the Advice You've Given? Blessed.

Yesterday, I received an email from a former student of mine. She said she is an avid reader of my blog and encouraged me to keep on going having read one of my posts I wrote about needing a break from writing. 858 more words

On Life

THIS ARTICLE BY RAMIT HAS REWIRED MY BRAIN'S VIEW ON VULNERABILITY

When you define yourself by your vulnerability, you leave little room for success. Ironically, the people whose approval you will increasingly crave — and you will crave it more and more — are the very people who want to commiserate over others’ failures.

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Captivity Of Daily Positivity In The Current Life Full Of Negativity