Tag Archives: judgment

Insecurities: a crack where the light gets in

I accidentally stumbled upon some blog posts yesterday talking about our human insecurities. You know–all our perhaps hidden, obscure, painful parts of ourselves that we’ve sometimes pushed away. Tried to heal. Sometimes repressed. Pasted over with positive thinking. Explored endlessly. … Continue reading

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How vulnerable dare we bloggers be?

Let’s face it, kids. We can be such complicated human beings. There are many sides to us. And we’re not always comfortable with all our sides. How vulnerable do we want to be? Specifically, how vulnerable do we bloggers want … Continue reading

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Kissed by a Pit Bull

Oh, the lessons life teaches us!  One after another, the lessons arrive and teach us. This morning, Life kissed me on the cheek. And dissolved yet another pre-conceived idea, another pre-conceived prejudice.  Here’s what happened: I sat on my friend Jan’s … Continue reading

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