Monthly Archives: February 2009

Resurrection

Resurrection so rarely occurs in a physical sense.  But I find myself frequently dying in the process of living.  In every year that passes amidst this swirling existence, I shed my skin, sloughing off the parts that are just holding … Continue reading

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Liberated

Many people in my generation make much of being liberated.  They want to be liberated from patriarchal social norms that serve little purpose aside from the perpetuation of male privilege.  They want to tear down the barriers of racism and … Continue reading

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Navigations

As I float atop the only river deep enough to drown the extraneous sensations bombarding my perceptual mechanisms with infinite sequences of data to be processed without prejudice, I find myself cresting and troughing in much the same manner as … Continue reading

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Singular

Most people do not wish to be singular.  They wish to be like the moon, orbiting around another, intertwined by forces beyond their understanding.  They think that it is possible to exist without those forces, and they are wrong.  The … Continue reading

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Disequilibrium

People like to be comfortable with who they are.  Most of us become uncomfortable when our life does not match our expectations and the standards we hold for our own behavior.  We experience disequilibrium, sensing that our intentions are not … Continue reading

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