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Ego Revisited

Last year around this time, I wrote a post entitled “Fuck Your Ego” with a follow-up post called “Benefit the Community, Not Yourself.” Sadly, as with many topics like this one, it bears revisiting and rediscussing again and again. These … Continue reading

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Savannah 2014

Part of the reason I’ve been so quiet these last few weeks is due to a trip I took down to Georgia at the end of February. Much of February was spent getting back to work at my new job, … Continue reading

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Foundations of Community

This past weekend was busy. Saturday was Northern Virginia Pagan Pride Day out in Manassas Park. The Boyfriend and I got our things together and headed out early that morning to arrive at the park about fifteen minutes after the … Continue reading

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Responsibility

I’ve been struggling to write here for the past few weeks; my mind has been wrapped up with other things. As some of you know, I entered therapy about a month ago. I’ve had three meetings with my therapist now … Continue reading

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Building it Up

Originally posted on The Twisted Rope:
The last time I wrote about community, it was a bit of a disaster. And while I discussed our need for more community, I didn’t got into a lot of discussion about how to…

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Benefit the Community, Not Yourself

The previous post was an experiment, mostly due to a personal desire to avoid using first-person pronouns: I, me, my,  mine, etc.  Since this is a personal blog about my own views, experiences, and thoughts, I wished to see if … Continue reading

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Fuck Your Ego

The sun was shining, the breeze was warm, and we were out for a walk. Lunch had just wrapped up and our bellies were full, but we had decided to go for a walk regardless, not knowing if the weather … Continue reading

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