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Surrender (#tbt)

I asked Nina Simone what it means to be free. “Words cannot do justice to the experience of freedom,” she said. She paused a moment, a hushed, contemplative silence, before saying “no fear… That’s freedom. That’s not all of it, … Continue reading

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Little Light of Mine (#TBT)

The lies I tell myself are all that keep me going. They’re all that I have. Is there anything but self-deception? Yes and no. To say everything is a lie misses the mark. Is anything ever that simple? Yes and … Continue reading

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Reaping/Sowing

Inspired by Ellis Delaney’s lyric “my heart gets bigger when it falls apart”. http://www.ellis-music.com/ Continue reading

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Past the Bend

Tell me how bad it is. Is it the worst or best, or fabulous? Is it the first or last, or preposterous? That depends. Do you take or lend? Are you friends, or do you need to make amends? Or … Continue reading

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Refugees in Athens

Reblogging the first post documenting the journey of an amazing young woman who left everything behind to help heal the world. An insightful look into the refugee crisis from a fresh perspective. I’m looking forward to learning alongside her. While … Continue reading

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The Who-man Human Groove!

Clear your head and focus ’cause life it likes to joke us! Hear what’s said and focus ’cause it ain’t no hocus pocus! You aren’t only you. You don’t only do what seems to only you, in your lonely view, … Continue reading

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Deliberate

People are people no matter how they seem. If you keep all they reap all you’ll ever be is another citizen of hypocrisy. We all came on boats, you don’t walk on water. You made them scapegoats and fuel for … Continue reading

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