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A Graceful Face

Exposing my most profound insecurity, to teach myself and others to not be ashamed of the color red. 1,078 more words

Storytelling

Picking Myself Up and Holding Myself Back

My plan for today was to write Part Two of “Why I Love the Gym.” But so many other noteworthy things happened today. It’s been an emotional roller coaster ride of sorts. 2,112 more words

ON PERSISTENCE — Keeping The Demons At Bay.

Reflection from October 6th, 2008 @ Age 27

RE:  LEARNING HOW NOT TO SECOND GUESS MYSELF.

Decisions of my past are haunting me.  It’s not fair of me to let them though, because it’s easy now to look back and say, I would have done so much better in law school had I only…blah.  562 more words

Reflection

Big Questions

What is the meaning of life?

Who am I?

How can I make my life meaningful?

These are three questions I have always struggled with, whether I acknowledged them at the time or not, whether I consciously turned them over in my mind or pushed them away with distractions, they have always been inside me tugging for answers. 547 more words

A Life Examined

My Path - Random thoughts

My path feels like a winding road full of unwanted discoveries, a never ending mass of fear to try new things. I know without my husband I would be alone. 446 more words

Thoughts

Bus Stop at Purpose Ave.

By Mark E. Smith

Think about the most genuinely happy, joyful person you know. I have no way of knowing that person, but I certainly can tell you all about him or her. 606 more words

Wheelchairjunkie

Home's Not so Far Away ... (Published originally in Yoga International)

In my mid-twenties, I departed the East Coast for romantic San Francisco. I had been dreaming about moving to the West Coast since I was a teenager and carted most of my stuff out there, imagining this would be a permanent move. 1,233 more words

Yoga Essays