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Tag Archives: perspective
It’s amazing what one sentence can mean, How one sentence can mean something inspiring, How one sentence can change your mood for an entire day, How one sentence can make you reflect, How one sentence can make you feel direct … Continue reading
Do you know the feeling of missing someone? The questions that remain on the front of the brain::: do(es) [she, he, they] feel the same? Are [they, she, he] missing me too? And then you may start to question yourself::: Why do I … Continue reading
No more leaky holes in the aging process of attention, We kissed our own hands and threw them to the starlit sky, decided our new shared mantra is: See, you can – learning the language of ancestors, we paraded through … Continue reading
I’ve been noticing the I, I, I and the ME, ME, ME with everyone. What in the world does that mean, you may wonder… Well, I’m not sure why I have been super sensitive to the way people focus and … Continue reading
Paper Television Sit down and tune in, to my paper television. It starts with you sitting there: on a couch or in some chair, on some bed or on some floor, on some grass or a bean bag, or a dining room table. Imagine me … Continue reading