Monthly Archives: February 2017

In the dark . . .

In the dark, most of the world is asleep, but not me. I hear and feel every heartbeat, and thoughts ping here and there, mixing with dreams as I slip into sleep and wake again. It is a lonely place … Continue reading

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Oh, wait . . .

I love to listen to those who agree with me; I hate those who are oppositional. Oh, wait . . . I need to listen to those who are oppositional so I can hone my arguments— enough to win the … Continue reading

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We need . . .

We need more grace and less criticism; we need more wisdom and less propaganda; we need more empathy and less arrogance and more patience than emotional outbursts; we need more remembrance and less fear mongering, and we need less resisting … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: Overwhelmed

O kay, I can’t live like this–all this tweeting, and FBing, and V blogging, as if I need to know E very single inconsequential thing about your daily R ituals, what you’re selling, what you’re pushing. W hat I need … Continue reading

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