Tag Archives: Mark Twain

New year, new clarity, new goal

In the year 2014, I’m going to continue to express from the heart while refining my writing. I wanted to share my new “about this blog” page here.  It was written originally as a response to a blog post over … Continue reading

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Seeking fellowship in all the wrong places

Note:  I forgot that I wrote this post on a message board for gifted adults earlier this year.  I wrote it February 7th of 2012.   Someone recently posted a comment on it and I re-read it and felt I’d like … Continue reading

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The compulsion to write

Reprinted ************ Arriving early at my therapy session today, I sat in an armchair of the waiting room and picked up one of the Newsweek magazines that caught my eye. It was the August 9, 2010 Books issue with a … Continue reading

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