“I want to expose the wound to as many people as possible because there may be someone who could help the healing” :: Jeremy Current, Watershed Charlotte There are moments of artistic openness that as a listener you absolutely have to seize, to grab ahold of knowing that you’re likely to learn something incredible. This … Continue reading vulnerable
During lunch today, I spoke about how my experiences in life have given me “permission” to be passive. I’ve written about this before (read my entry from a couple of years ago), however it’s always interesting to revisit these thoughts to see how things may have changed, how I may have changed. Since first having … Continue reading passive
I’ve decided that if I had my life to live over again, I would not only climb more mountains, swim more rivers, and watch more sunsets; I wouldn’t only jettison my hot water bottle, raincoat, umbrella, parachute, and raft; I would not only go barefoot earlier in the spring and stay out later in the fall; but I would devote not one more minute to monitoring my spiritual growth.
a friend of mine recently said this: I think that when constitution says “We the people” it does not mean some collective, but rather a group of individuals. There are costs and benefits to this idea of individuality in governance by the people. One of the costs is that we have to either handle issues … Continue reading overboard
“We’re not doing anything out of guilt anymore” she said. I’ve only recently started living on my own. Not in the physical sense – it’s been over 10 years now since leaving high school for college life. Granted, it’s probably been about 2 years since I started living based on my own motivations, pursuing things … Continue reading guilt