Emotion is the moment when steel meets flint and a spark is struck forth, for emotion is the chief source of consciousness. There is no change from darkness to light or from inertia to movement without emotion.
~ Carl Jung
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A good friend of mine forwarded me an article about the “myths of diet soda” which began by suggesting that folks think drinking diet soda will lead to weight loss, stave of diabetes, and will reduce the risk of heart … Continue reading
People call those imperfections, but no, that’s the good stuff. ~Sean (Robin Williams), Good Will Hunting As the first days of 1992 began I was sitting home alone in my apartment in NJ, wondering what to do next as a … Continue reading
Today, as the sun begins to set and the final festivities for the evening are about to begin, I am reminded of a 4th of July many moons ago. I was having a discussion with a relative who was preparing … Continue reading
What if self-doubt was all you knew? What if you were always told almost, but not quite? What if you were taught that meant you were never good enough? What if that’s what you were taught?
When I was in college I became jealous of my old high school friends who spoke of the “bird” courses they were taking for credit at their respective colleges. It didn’t matter what level college they went to, the artsy … Continue reading