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normal: living beyond our limitations

What does it mean to be ‘normal’? Is there such a thing? I guess it depends on your personal definition, doesn’t it? Because the world will always try to compartmentalise, squash us into boxes and confine us in its own straitjackets, if we let it. 401 more words

Poetry

Consider Love...

CONSIDER LOVE – AND WHAT LOVE IS…

I JOHN 4/10
In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins. 706 more words

Freedom

Micropoetry Month: Nov 2017: #10

First of all, I thank all of you who shared poems yesterday on the topic of Domestic abuse. Important, visceral, chilling poems from around the world. 96 more words

Poetry

Woe is me, please set me be

I love my job. I work with people with disability, illness or injury to find work. Along the way they find pieces of themselves that being “disabled” in a society built and engineered toward the “normal” have gotten lost.  303 more words

New Career

The Life of an Only Child

I didn’t grow up with any siblings. That may make me rather different from you. I’m not about to sit here and bemoan my lot, I’m really not. 1,189 more words

Opinion

The Normal Christian Life

WEIRD v NORMAL

It’s important for me to think of myself and indeed know myself as a normal human being.

I have encountered over the years individuals who – like myself – profess to be Christians. 511 more words

Freedom

Normality vs Abnormality: The thin line between normal and psychological tendencies

Normality vs Abnormality: The thin line between normal and psychological tendencies

You see the headlines in newspapers, see the posts on social media, or hear about it on the television/radio, but do we truly understand when behavior crosses the line between normal and abnormal. 646 more words

Psychology