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Day 32 – Over and Over

I’m recognizing this re-occurring pattern where I – apparently – need to hear the same message over – and over – and over – then over again – not necessarily before I ‘get’ it but, before I walk the point for real. … Continue reading

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Day 31 Comfort Zone

Hesitating to start, embarrassed and casting judgment upon myself for my lack of consistency, I sit with hands on keyboard questioning myself. Getting started is the hardest part – because writing about self-honestintrospection takes me out of my ‘comfort zone’. It’s not ‘comfortable’ to take a look … Continue reading

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Day 24: The Plight of the Middle Class

For context see:  Congress-Middle-class-shrank-2000s-worst-decade-modern-history Last week, Pew Research Center, a non-partisan independent research group, released a report verifying what most of us already knew regarding the decade of the 2000s, summing it up with this comment: “America’s middle class has … Continue reading

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Day 19: Self-Forgiveness for Distractions Galore

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to become preoccupied with research  –  reading material and watching videos about various topics while participating within and as my distraction postponement character as a method of postponing facing myself within this … Continue reading

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Day 18: Distractions Galore

There are SO MANY things ‘out there’ to distract me/us from facing myself/ourselves…  And, they’re systems that I am, through allowance, guilty of creating and perpetuating… Throughout every minute of every day we can occupy ourselves with ‘stuff’ – vast … Continue reading

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Day 14: Slow & Painful Death by Consumption

One would have to be about 55 years old, or so, to associate a “Slow & Painful Death by Consumption” to the disease Tuberculosis.  But, that’s what TB was called years ago – before it was discovered that it was … Continue reading

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Day 11: Propaganda

For a very long time, I believed that I couldn’t have been more fortunate than to have grown up and been a part of, the United States of America’s systems of democracy and capitalism.  What I’ve come to realize is … Continue reading

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