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Greatest Love

What or who is the greatest love of your life? Myself. If I am to love anyone or anything as deeply as I desire, I must first love myself. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing … Continue reading

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The Premise of Regret

What is your greatest regret? The premise of regret implies an impossible standard of perfection. Perfection does not exist, and we all know that we are conditioned to strive for it. So, I try to do my best, and then try … Continue reading

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My Daily Walk

My sister and I weren’t close growing up. The oldest of seven, Barbara was bookish, while I, the second oldest, couldn’t sit still — always playing hopscotch and tag outside our Bronx apartment. When Barbara left for Bennington College, the … Continue reading

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Bad Faith, Good Faith

“You gotta have faith,” people say. But what does that mean? Is any faith good faith? “Believe in yourself and all that you are,” wrote one positive thinker a century ago. “Know that there is something inside you that is … Continue reading

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Word of the Day

Transitions are the inner shifts of identity, possibility, and belief that occur to help us assimilate and adjust to changes. Some are easy, others are difficult. They don’t occur automatically, and they often require consistent and specific efforts. 

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