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It’s Your Thoughts. Your Space. You’d be surprised by how powerful your words are and how you can make a difference in the lives of others. Realize the impact of your voice… your thoughts… and your life. You alone are capable of making a positive effect that can change a life and even the greater…

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As I’m getting older I’ve noticed that I have less and less tolerance for drama and nonsense and small talk. So much so that sometimes I surprise myself by coming off as being rude when someone is telling a looong story and I cut them off to get to the point. I just can’t deal…

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Social identity and a sense of belonging, including inclusion within neighborhood, city, and online communities, demonstrated the ability to reduce the incidence of paranoia and depression, according to research published in the Schizophrenia Bulletin. Researchers from the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society at the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, conducted 2 separate studies to assess…

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Sin is present here in the world, there is no doubt in its existence, as we see the effects it brings on the news daily. Yet we also see the effects of sin in our own lives and community. It may not be as rampant as what we see on the news but it is…

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I really enjoy hiking. Its an outlet for me. The picture above is of a deer 🦌 I stumbled upon during my hike. He was actually the 2nd deer that crossed my path. The 1st was much larger. I had absolutely no interest in getting a picture of that one. See, I was moseying along…

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This poem explains whats its like to have anxiety at work. At times people don’t understand it. They just look at you like you’re crazy. They have no idea what its like to have a little monster.

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Oct 17

Odd Man Out

Some people seek to diagnose me so I diagnose them Not with a mental disorder but with their true intent. Some people enjoy viewing my distress ME enjoy watching 9/11 jumper videos so – voyeurism, I get the fondness for it ME, Jose Austen, is quite fond of the leaf like stegosaurus. No one is…

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Friday the 13th Friday the 13th has passed and yet I still think that its crumbs are still at my feet. They seem to be unable to leave my shoes. This fate tests my patience almost everyday and it scares me sometimes. Other times I feel like I’m not gonna get any better at life, this is my…

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This post was inspired by a friend of mine. She recently wrote an entry about detoxing, a proper healthy way, after getting a hangover with a few pictures of herself detoxing at the end. In one of the pictures she’s relaxing in a sauna. The way the picture was taken, her demeanor everything about it immediately…

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I have been playing recently with taking the pits from my avocados and trying to get them to sprout in a glass of water. I have one that has developed into an 18” plant now with about 8-10 large leaves. I have another attempt in progress. Now, I grew up with parents who had gardens,…

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My Friday the thirteenth was the stereotypical, superstitiously horrible day where seemingly everything that could possibly go wrong finds a way to happen. As we weathered the day, I look back on it and the best I can do is laugh because as bad as it gets as long as I wake up the next…