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I guess this blog sometimes focuses on the negative; how I feel down on myself, how I don’t feel I’ve achieved, how because I don’t earn much money I feel undervalued by society. 1,316 more words

Day 90 + 83 - am I the only one...

Day 90 + 83 of #cleanse4expansion and I end up in pondering thoughts around photos. I know it’s one of the tender spots for me, where I’ve still not fully learned to let go. 200 more words

Cleanse4expansion

Sisyphus by laylabonham by laylabonham


In Greek mythology Sisyphus (/ˈsɪsɪfəs/; Greek: Σίσυφος, Sísyphos) was a king of Ephyra (now known as Corinth). He was punished for chronic deceitfulness by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, repeating this action forever. 16 more words

Animals | Sisyphus

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My Name is Randall and I live in Easton, MD USA. I’m 39 years old and I’m currently disable for multiple back injuries and Major Depression. 102 more words

Summer

I didn't really pay much attention in philosophy class

Recently, I caught myself doing some delirious, late night preaching. After discussing bouts of feelings of inadequacy with a close friend it appeared to me that maybe there is no one way to be better, but the way you already are. 253 more words

Philosophy

Sisyphus (1974) - Marcell Jankovics

Everyone with a classical education has heard of Sisyphus. This bloke managed so deceit Hades (or Thanatos depending on which story you would prefer) and capture him. 345 more words

Essay

Liviu Ciulei and Marlon Brando: Recoiling the Mortal Coil!

The great international stage and screen director and designer, Liviu Ciulei, and the divine stage and screen actor Marlon Brando both share something disturbing as it is true: They both believed in bringing coiled drama into an explosion on the live stage. 580 more words

United Stage