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Protected: Mirror | ‘Kismuth & The Way’

Protected: Mirror | ‘Kismuth & The Way’

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A general thank-you note

A general thank-you note

I reached out to more than 20 people through blog contact forms, and over LinkedIn, these last few weeks. I was looking for some expert comment on the theme for […]

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Another Now

Another Now

Making new things, with #spacethezine chuffed.org/project/spacethezine  

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‘Who do you write for?’

‘Who do you write for?’

The question is, who do you write for. Let me think about this out loud a little. Someone once answered this question in the exact way that I would have, […]

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The people who show up are the right people

The people who show up are the right people

After serious personal reflection during a 20-month stint in Vietnam for ‘solitude‘ and ‘waiting,’ it has become obvious to me what to do when you need to make some exemplary […]

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‘She is a bully’

‘She is a bully’

She is. I know that now. Took a while but here I am, reading this: If you have encountered a female narcissist, know that this is not your fault. These […]

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Mirror | ‘Clean breaks’

Mirror | ‘Clean breaks’

We are talking about estrangement in the upcoming sequence of The Mirror. The topic is clean breaks. This is one of the snippets from research for the 12-week segment, which […]

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‘I’m fine’

‘I’m fine’

Hi America. Are you, really?

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Absurdity

Absurdity

So I started a Note. It’s http://note.com/16z. Why did I do this? It’s easy and simple. It’s not like keeping up the eight Tumblr accounts plus two twitters plus trying […]

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This Now

This Now

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Call for Papers

Call for Papers

Rosy. New call for Papers is here.  

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Ecosystems

Ecosystems

  Interrelatedness. Interconnectivity. Wu-wei. Letting things be. The way that nature ‘just does it’; inhibitions to the things that could be, but aren’t. What ecosystems are and aren’t, and how […]

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Bad Company

Bad Company

I think it was a Bon Jovi album. I’m not going to check on google and make sure that’s it; I’m just going to let the old feeling of something […]

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A poem

A poem

Harlem Langston Hughes – 1901-1967 What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore— And then run? Does […]

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Quits

Quits

  “I fear [that] your kind and open communication—which has rendered me more painfully conscious of my own defects–has not improved me,” sighed Kate.   attributed to something written by […]

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