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Tag: pain

Out in the Open

It’s worth wearing your heart on your sleeve, courageously. The notion stems from chivalry, and knighthood, from Shakespeare and Othello, and like any idiom, faithfully adapts to us in our own perceptions and cultures and meanings, reborn and reborn again as language evolves.

Opposite Pain

“Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.” ~ Kahlil Gibran Pain is one of those four-letter words that encompasses many…

The Lonely Journey

These are times of great change, and some would argue that it’s accelerating. As a result, individually, we can effect a certain isolation because so much is coming to the surface, so fast. Or, we stave off the process by diving into perpetual busyness and the mad, unfulfilling rigmarole of the matrix.

Omelettes

If you’re conflicted about a relationship, or career, or life choice (ie. whatever may be weighing on you, affecting your decisions, effecting energetic stagnation, making you wince when others make suggestions for you) you must be willing to sit with it, to explore it; to define your reasoning, beliefs, and perceptions about it.