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First Blog Post - Writing Things Down

As this is my first blog related experience, I don’t actually have any particular plan other than to type what comes out.

I’ve been told in the past and have also seen that a handy way to handle emotions & feelings that are creating a “drowning” effect in your mind is to simply write everything down, get it out in the open – even if nobody is there to respond – it’s no longer crammed in your head. 280 more words

Anxiety

Dance your way to god, laugh your way to god, sing your way to god!

Life as such has to be taken as a cosmic joke — and then suddenly you relax because there is nothing to be tense about. And in that very relaxation something starts changing in you — a radical change, a transformation — and the small things of life start having new meaning, new significance. 86 more words

Transformation

Corrosion

The things that break all at once aren’t really a problem. You note that they’ve broken, and then you fix them.

The challenge is corrosion. Things that slowly fade, that eventually become a hassle–it takes effort and judgment to decide when it’s time to refurbish them. 23 more words

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Pet Peeves

Peeves make lousy pets.

They’re difficult to care for, they eat a lot, and they don’t clean up after themselves.

Reblogged from: here

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Blind

I went to see my ex bf yesterday. It was only supposed to be for an hour or so before I headed off to a Course on Tibetan Buddhism. 515 more words

On being irritated

Irritation is a privilege.

It’s the least useful emotion, one that we never seek out.

People in true distress are never irritated. Someone who is hungry or drowning or fleeing doesn’t become irritated. 115 more words

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