But still not mainstream
Tag Archives: Centeredness
The alphabet people
If something disturbs me, I have a right to say so.
When the impossible becomes possible
The title pretty much says it all.
“The Problem with Jon Stewart”
|“Every single white person upholds the systems and structures of white supremacy.”|
|— Lisa Bond|
Test: Can I discuss this without losing my cool (centeredness)?
Some prayer exercises
Here’s a new word: Equanimity.
I can’t even pronounce it.
Life-changing events may be easily forgotten.
This may seem unrealistic, even delusional; and much of the time, it has felt that way to me. But I’ve been here before, and know it’s not unrealistic at all. One drawback: it will pull me even farther away from the societal mainstream. But if I feel a “call” toward anything at all, it’s this path that I feel called to.
It’s OK to be OK.
My core belief is fairly obscure.
I never supposed anyone would attack it directly.
He’s back, and he’s trying to pick fights.
Dealing with this bully,
I’m a-try a different strategy this time.