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Bear

At a young age, my dad took me cabin camping in Yosemite. There were a lot of warning signs for bears, including the special “bear out” trash cans. I did not know what this meant, but when we all saw … Continue reading

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Response Struggle

We respond to our fear of failure and vulnerability, our fear of death, our fear of emptiness with ideas of IMAGE and POWER and ENTERTAIN AWAY FROM THE FACTS OF LIFE. There are other ways to respond to this scary adventure here on earth. Breathe and read what I have learned here in this blog post. Continue reading

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Awake My Soul

I see the consequences when I don’t sleep, I see the consequences when I spend my days distracted by TV and movies, and I see the consequences when I try to fit in with all of the people that surround … Continue reading

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An honest song?

Is there a song about someone realizing that every effort in their life is to produce the image of “having a life,” and then realizing that they want a real and honest life instead? To get started on the honest … Continue reading

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No satisfaction. Who are we anymore?

We grew up imitating our parents, older friends, people we see on TV, etc. We wanted to imitate their looks, what they say, what they do, etc. We then are able to see who we are on the outside and … Continue reading

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