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My Writer Self

As I sit here in front of the computer, wondering what to write about, I remember my childhood. I remember that little girl that used to write at her heart’s content. 931 more words

Photography

When Motherhood Isn’t Nonstop Bliss

Nine Months By Paula Bomer

Bomer delivers a book of stark honesty that may not be for everyone. It’s not simply the raw sexual and biological images, but even more troubling to some is the idea that motherhood can rob you of your soul, if you allow it to. 606 more words

Books

Sexploratorium and Ishkabibble's

Recently I’ve been feeling myself. And I don’t mean that figuratively. I mean it literally. It’s no secret that I think masturbation is one of the greatest gifts to mankind. 593 more words

Thoughts

Varanasi……. and the differing Realities

“Enlightenment, and the death which comes before it, is the primary business of Varanasi.”
Tahir Shah, author – Sorcerer’s Apprentice, 1998

If you are born in India, as I was, Varanasi, that immortal city of Lord Shiva and his consort Sati, slowly but surely becomes a part of your psyche. 756 more words

Shakti Ghosal

My wild adventure

Basically, I’ve been on an adventure of self discovery after this guy kind of sort of smashed my heart brutally over text into a million pieces. 273 more words

Less Is More: Self-Esteem & Materialism

The overly filling swamp of consumerism has often made us stuck in our own lives, not only as consumers, but as individuals exposed to materialism. The ongoing world of ‘buy and sell’ can have a dampening effect on self-esteem and how people can feel in the middle of ‘not buying enough’ and ‘buying too much’. 294 more words

Catalystcolumn

An introduction......

Imagine having a child who would get sick over any sort of stress. Regardless of whether it was excitement over a party the next day, or nerves over an exam, your child would end up in front of the toilet bowl. 381 more words

Moving Beyond Stress