Chewing on this thought:
Learning to ask for what you need is a key to happiness. I have this idea that open communication makes everything more worthwhile (and also easier), and one step towards this goal is asking for what you need. In our fantasy worlds, the people that love us already know what we need. In the real world, they probably have no idea. And it isn’t their fault. It’s no one’s fault. But...
Goodbye outside world. I will be taking up residence in the Nazareth College library until the end of April. Frankly, I ain’t complaining. Burying myself in books feels good.
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Why do we write?
I believe that every person who has lived long enough to learn how to read and write (is lucky enough to have these privileges) has enough content in their brain and heart to write for another whole lifetime. Hell, we as individuals have enough strange quirky characteristics that we could spend a whole day writing about our selves. Even the seemingly boring and mundane routines of our day to day...
A list of reminders. Things to do more often, things that sometimes need a little prompting to spur the act into motion: Breath breath breath. Deeeeply. Don’t let those stupid anxieties get the best of you. And when they do consume you, write about them. Listen to more Black Sabbath. Enter each day with the same warmth and joy that you always have (it’s easy to lose that in...
The only thing getting me through this hell week is the greyhound bus waiting for me at the end of it.
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