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Well, I spend a lot of time in what I usually call my world, it’s just like I have another reality. Well it’s not “just like” I really have. But sometimes I think about the reality for another people, and about what they think, their ideas, their options… and I realize that they were quite…




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Hello, wonderful world of BayArt, it’s that time of the week again! It’s Queertastic, and I’m back with our stellar poem of the week by Kinjal Parekh, who does not have a blog, but does have a knack for verses! Kinjal loves writing about topics such as life, faith, hope and motivation. If you want to…




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Mantra meditation, which predates Buddhism, probably by hundreds of years, can be practiced by anyone and at any time. The power of mantra meditation is it focuses our mind so that it is no longer cluttered with distracting thoughts. This allows us to relax, center ourselves and create a deeper sense of awareness. The origins of…




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Every culture has a collection of wise sayings that offer advice about how to live your life. These sayings are called “proverbs”. Defining a “proverb” is a difficult task. Proverb scholars often quote Archer Taylor’s classic “The definition of a proverb is too difficult to repay the undertaking… An incommunicable quality tells us this sentence…




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“I am in Love with Love” “and Love is in love with me” “My body is in Love with the soul” “and the soul is in Love with my body” “I opened my arms to Love” “and Love embraced me like a lover” -Rumi- Persian Poet (1207 –1273) Embracing who you are can be scary,…




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Feb 3

The Gift

I have had such an outpouring of support and encouragement in my headlong flight towards heart break that I thought I would continue to share my story with you.  Give freely to the world these gifts of love and compassion. Do not concern yourself with how much you receive in return, just know in your…




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Hello there, lovely world of BayArt! It’s Queertastic here with the poem of the week by Ali Grimshaw. You can find more of her work over at her blog, https://flashlightbatteries.blog . I adore the imagery on this one, I think it’s absolutely gorgeous! Also, if you guys want to get your own poetry featured go ahead and…




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“I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.” ~ Oscar Wilde I’ve been told that I have a fairly broad and deep emotional range. That can be a good thing because it means I feel things with sensitivity, complexity, and…




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Buddhist monks begin each day with a chant of gratitude for the blessings of their life. Native American elders begin each ceremony with grateful prayers to mother earth and father sky, to the four directions, to the animal, plant, and mineral brothers and sisters who share our earth and support our life. In Tibet, the…