We'll All Find Our Sacrifice Tomorrow
How many of us have met someone who just takes our breath away – and then that lack of oxygen slowly kills our creative groove? 610 more words
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It was at the turn of the seasons in 2011, the day after the Autumnal Equinox. I was driving a white 2004 Crown Victoria, an ex-cop vehicle. 382 more words
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This, my friend, is a story.
A good story? A bad story? I don’t know yet – you’ll have to tell me.
Is it a happy story? 105 more words
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An Old Psychologist Reminisces
I haven’t said much about the conditions that psychotherapy can address. Many years ago, psychologists were very restricted in listing the services which they provide. 163 more words
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A Journey Called Life ...
“It’s a short journey, be comfortable,” he says with a friendly smile.
I adjust the seat belt and notice him from the backseat. He is wearing tall boot socks and a pair of shorts. 334 more words
3 days, 14 hours ago
because it is my heart
I’ve been nominated by a dear friend and fellow Klingon-speaker to participate in the 22 Push Up Challenge, but due to my ongoing spinal issues I’ve decided to take it up in a modified form. 1,102 more words
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The Malaysian Poets Society
The narrow to wide to soul or soil to cloud kaleidoscopic pincushion,
A story continuously rewriting itself
Life is an elephant swinging ribbon, sending you dreams… 490 more words
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