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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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Hope and Fear

I found a quote this morning by Nelson Mandela. It read, “May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.” I wandered around the house after that, a little shocked, a little stupefied, and a little

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Goldilocks hope

What is hope? Driving home this morning from an underwhelming appointment with a potential publisher, I found myself asking this question. This drive was the absolute opposite of the one I’d made

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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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The Obstacle is the Way

I was only a writer for so long without knowing why and how it would make me happy but expressing myself was relief I had something to say and I didn’t know if anyone wanted to hear it or if it could

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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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True Dialogue, part II

In my last post on dialogue, I left a few questions open for discussion and further review: “There’s much more to the matter: what else do we desire from conversation? Why are we often afraid

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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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