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On becoming


Originally titled "Things I would like to share with you" from Elephant Journal A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.” ~ Stephen Hart Crane, 1899   It has been the first desert of my life. I do not… Continue reading On becoming

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20 Steps I will take after you leave: From Thought Catalog


1. If I could put all of the hurt you have caused me into you, you would cry. If you knew how it felt when you don’t answer, you would answer, every time. Even just friends need each other sometimes, you know. This is the first step. 2. 
And she wrote, today I miss you. Today,… Continue reading 20 Steps I will take after you leave: From Thought Catalog

Death, Existentialism, Forget You, Haiku, Love, Poetry, Relationship, Relationships, Zen

The “Forget You” Haiku


Where is the dark seed that grows the "Forget You" plant? Searching, now I see It grows in the frozen heart of one who has murdered love. ~ the monk Sosei

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Stereotypes about men, women and relationships


I read this article yesterday and at first I liked it. Then I took a second look. Read with caution ladies. From Elephant Journal There are two types of men you don’t need. The ones that don’t care and the ones that do. The ones that don’t care will have moved on by now. So… Continue reading Stereotypes about men, women and relationships

Articles, Health and Wellness, Massage, Massage Education, Musings, Philosophy, Psychology

Ambivalence on Valentine’s Day: Par for the course or a solipsistic excuse?


“To love is to suffer. To avoid suffering, one must not love. But then, one suffers from not loving. Therefore, to love is to suffer; to suffer is to suffer. To be happy is to love. To be happy, then, is to suffer, but suffering makes one unhappy. Therefore, to be happy, one must love… Continue reading Ambivalence on Valentine’s Day: Par for the course or a solipsistic excuse?

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The lovely month of May: Celebrating shyness, insecurity and sexual selfishness


It's National Masturbation Month: How will YOU celebrate? Self Love (A poem for National Masturbation Month) by Stantasyland Self Love I slip my hand inside my panties and then I gently sigh, I feel the silky tenderness of my inner thigh. I close my eyes gently and I think of you. If you were with… Continue reading The lovely month of May: Celebrating shyness, insecurity and sexual selfishness

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Auctioning off Virginity in 2014


http://youtu.be/zmuYkloI2k4 There is something to be said for an education and there is something to be said for the artistry that we make of our lives once that education is obtained. That said, check out this blog by Elizabeth Raine, 27 year old medical student who is auctioning off her virginity. Currently, the bid is… Continue reading Auctioning off Virginity in 2014

Drama, Health and Wellness, Musings, Uncategorized

Drama Therapy: Is role change as easy as costume change?


The last I heard from my ex, he intended to marry another woman. She gave him a lavish personal gift and rescued him from a legal cesspit. He moved in with her at her 24 thousand square foot beach house and told me in no uncertain terms he was done with me.I still love him, to… Continue reading Drama Therapy: Is role change as easy as costume change?

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How To Be a Kept Woman by Sally Beck


How to be a kept womanby SALLY BECK, Daily MailAny woman who dares to suggest that it's OK to live off a rich man is likely to be dismissed as a traitor by feminists. Yet this is exactly the lifestyle promoted in a new book by Abigail Bosanko. Though the novel is fictional, the author… Continue reading How To Be a Kept Woman by Sally Beck