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8 Reasons you should never report someone on Facebook for using a false name

(If you’ve lost access to your account due to being reported for a “fake” name, please see How to not lose, or regain, your account with a “false” name on Facebook) Recently, my account was deactivated because, I was told, there … Continue reading

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कर्म

“People who don’t see their nature and imagine they can practice thoughtlessness all the time are liars and fools. They fall into endless space.[…] They can’t tell good from evil. […]To attain enlightenment without seeing your nature is impossible. Still others … Continue reading

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Reliability

Open space in your heart, just space. Just room. Declutter. Try not to think of it as emptiness. Try not to fill it with weeds and things that remind you of loneliness, when it is just space for growing. Try not … Continue reading

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Healing

“i am mine. before i am ever anyone else’s.” ― Nayyirah Waheed, Nejma Your ability to forgive is part of your ability to give – and you give in two ways: selfishly, expecting something in return, tearing pieces of yourSelf, … Continue reading

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Sick

I am sick of hearing that I write well. And I am sick of hearing that I am strong. But that doesn’t mean you should stop saying either.

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A New Way to Love

Unrequited love – or even unrequited ‘like’ – is something I’ve struggled with for a long time. I am someone who has always been rejected, never been ‘really’ liked. Oh sure, there’s been plenty of fucking, ‘benefitting with friends’, and … Continue reading

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