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The Idealist’s Fix

This is for all my idealists out there. As a seeker, or perhaps just a human, you probably fall into the same trap that I do: I hold my ideals above my reality. Now hold on, before everybody gets crazy

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Thank you, Wanee

We danced together, though not with one another. Bobby was mellow and the band followed his lead. We all did. It tends to happen when you’ve spent more time playing guitar and singing on stage than

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Perspective of the Stars

I’ve thought about the stars light years away looking down at me, us, and our worried minds, our concerns of who and what and how other people see us and the stars, billions of years old, who watch every

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The Truth of Tribes

Some moments of my life are effortless and rewarding, the way it is for a surfer who catches a wave or when a musician is really tight in the pocket. Others seem to be pulled slowly and painfully from

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Answer Honestly

Why do we assume everyone else is impenetrable and that we are the only vulnerable ones? How is it that our outside perception of the world around us is a misnomer, and that we actually only perceive that

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Do It Already

Hello friends, If you’re reading this, it means one of two things: you follow this warehouse of thoughts and feelings because you find some sort of value in it, or this is your first time browsing

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A Case for the Unmade Bed

What does a cluttered desk say about a person? This is an age-old discussion, one that has two very distinct sides with little middle-ground. A cluttered desk is a cluttered mind, the saying goes. I look

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Unapologetically Enough

Why are we attracted to people? Romantically? Platonic attraction? We sense something that we really like. We want that quality and want to be around that person because of it. Yet, relationships frequently

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Passionate Appreciation

The ease with which we forget our own effectiveness is underwhelmingly overwhelming. For some reason, there’s an innate ability in humans to overlook the effects we have on the people around us.

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True Dialogue, part I

From the Dialogue on dialogue hierarchy: What is it about conversation that we desire so deeply? There’s a hierarchy in most discussions that is surpassable. That’s what’s brilliant,

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