Tag: soul

Dear Society

There is a pain to growing up, a hurt inherent to not knowing how to ease the woes that accompany a given life. Woes arising from the truths we dare not face; our identity naturally in opposition to anything that threatens our core underlying beliefs about who we are. These core beliefs are typically unconscious,…

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Care of The Soul: A Recipe

I’ve been blessed, but this is gifted: I gave it to myself. It’s a simple recipe, centuries old – timeless really: I am on a blanket, under the stars, with a candlelit lantern, and a cup of homemade chai tea. Mexican Blanket: $20.00 Chai Tea: $0.35 Stanley insulated thermos: $30.00 Lantern & candle: $4.50 (flea…

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The Substance of The Soul

Edit: I’m beating myself up after publishing this. It’s not that I don’t like the content, which was inspired by a conversation I had tonight with two new friends. The problem is, this is simply not the right form. There is a reason Victor Hugo wrote Les Miserables. I must work on my stories. This…

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