The Greatest Thing I’ve Never Written

We seek to steady ourselves with egocentric pursuits in a futile effort to separate from the herd and disappear into it simultaneously…we expand outwardly and separately away from one another, in a constant state of uncontrollable motion and eternal chaos, grasping for one another in the darkness as we furtively conceal ourselves behind masks of guilt, ego and shame. What is it that has you running circles inside your head? Do you even know anymore?

Tell me what you see #9

This image is significant. I know exactly what this image means to me. I’m not one to shy away from being exposed or unabashedly basking in the soft, luminous glow of my own vulnerability. So, go ahead…

Tell me what you see.

Now For Some More Random Words…

Last week, I made a post about my note-taking habits during therapy sessions and my wonder and amazement with the somewhat useful nature of the randomness that is my thought process. Here are some more random words that you may or may not find to be of interest…

A Short History of the Word ‘Serendipity’

Originally posted on Interesting Literature:
The curious origins behind one of Britain’s favourite words – and its link to Gothic fiction The word ‘serendipity’ was invented on 28 January 1754. It was one of two literary creations by its inventor, Horace Walpole, that would achieve widespread popularity. Indeed, both inventions are still with us: when…

Unfinished Business: Bringing Others into The Light

I consider days I leave work feeling as though I still have unfinished business to be “long” days. I love my job and I know with absolutely every fiber of my being I am in the right field. I just sometimes feel powerless when I leave work knowing I have left someone untouched. I seek…