Tag Archives: thought process

Taking A Breather

I’ve been working on a manuscript for several weeks. The story behind my experience with those “15 minutes” of fame that altered my entire existence. Attempting to fill three or four pages a day. It’s coming a long quite well, … Continue reading

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Stone and Water and the Red-Cross Driver

¬† I’ve been sitting here, in front of this blank page, for over half an hour. So many thoughts about what I could write have floated in and out of my head, that if strung together, and actually written down, … Continue reading

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How We Know What We Know

There are two primary ways in which we come to know whatever we know. These two avenues often seem like a two-way highway with occasional entrance and exit ramps where we can rest, maybe even loiter for an hour or … Continue reading

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Synchronicity

In my last two blogs, I have written about anger and pain, and the advantages of using a daily writing¬†habit to seek solutions and healing for what happens to all of us in the course of living our lives. It … Continue reading

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