Category Archives: Interdependence

Hopeful

Something was very different last night. I have been on the fence whether or not to give up going to my Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families meeting.  I was upset about a few things – the time limits … Continue reading

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Thinking about thinking

I’ve been thinking about thinking. I’ve been dialoguing with a new internet friend of mine, and it’s been helping me crystallize some ideas. Many of my online friends are intelligent and have a very dystopian view of the current world.  … Continue reading

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Amanda Palmer on The Art Of Asking

Her philosophy summed up: “If you ask people to catch you, they will.” But – you have to ask. Yes.  Most definitely.  I’m still deeply grateful I was able to be caught in my life three times when I had … Continue reading

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