Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to Keep Writing

“[A]rtists [need an] endless capacity for sticking with quite bad, early versions of ideas … it means forgiving oneself for the horrors of the first, second and third drafts … We need to keep faith with our goals without choking … Continue reading

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Inadvertent Buddhist Teachings XIII

“Fear is part of the game. Trying things outside of your comfort zone is essential, because your ability to grow as a person is directly related to the amount of insecurity you can handle.” ~ Bruce Jenner  

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A Bit About Me V

“[R]esearch shows a link between time spent on social media and depression.” ~ Dan Savage   “The secret of success is: don’t let everyone know everything. Keep some of it to yourself. It’s why I’m not a big fan of … Continue reading

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Pernicious Conditioning IV

Compare & contrast the tradition of female foot-binding with the modern use of long, acrylic nails.  

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