Monthly Archives: June 2012

Wordy Wrangling in the Underworld

So far, my writing course has been a great instructor, in and of itself. I feel committed, with intense trepidation, a marriage between frustration and possibility. I am well aware that no one has ever had an incredible and passionate … Continue reading

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Splat, A Return to Blog

Iy yiy! I am possessed. Today is a day of electronic rat a tat tat. It was only but a few days ago that I returned into this sphere, and now I have somewhat shunned my notebook. I am nearing … Continue reading

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Whirly Mind Meet Yoga’d Body

In interest of doing as as I say, and not as I more often do, I planned to arise this morning, as early as my body allowed. Having gone to bed later than has become my usual recently, this was … Continue reading

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The Genius of Body:The Only Way Out is Through

I have been running for what feels to be thousands of years. I have acquired much information; one might call it knowledge. Whichever word, I will no longer consider what is in my head to be wisdom. I have been … Continue reading

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“When a Writer is Born Into the Family…

…the family is finished,” Czeslaw Miloz. This quote was a big hit in the Ethics and Legal Issues class this Saturday. Many heads were thrown back gaffawing, much cackling emitted from our mouths mirthfully. Yes, we are a ruthless lot!

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Misplaced Post: Preaching to the Choir and the Tone Deaf

I wrote, what I can only imagine was a genius post about the struggle I have been having lately when considering how to approach fundamentalism surrounding, in particular environmental issues, gay rights and women’s rights. And by this, I don’t … Continue reading

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