We must confront the reality of Martin Luther King Jr.'s message, rather than sanitizing it to comfort and protect ourselves from the reality of just how short we've fallen of his grand vision.
I am a remarkable human being, but I am no longer interested in allowing that to be the barometer by which I measure my sense of self-worth or joy. The idea that we must be these perfectly efficient, dynamic, palatable beings at all times is a scam and I won’t be putting my cognitive energy into this psychic racketeering job anymore.
Hi folks, and happy new year! I hope that your New Year's Eve celebrations were memorable and festive and that your New Year's Day was one spent relaxing, realigning, and preparing yourself for another 52 weeks of discovery, adventure, connection, joy, and triumph. As promised (albeit somewhat late—let's blame that on the festive New Year's …
I've got a lot of things on my mind as I head in to 2019. Allow me to share what I'm planning for the next year. Hopefully you'll find something useful for yourself in it. Happy New Year!
On the pathway to becoming, I pondered how to be without being damaged by the pressure and self-judgment.
I just want to say that attempting to discredit people who publish accusations of abuse by claiming they “acted as if nothing was wrong” after the fact is a flawed and dangerous tactic that is damaging to all discourse about abuse—gendered abuse and sexual violence in particular. There are no shortage of abuse and sexual …
We are so convinced of the abundance of the present moment that we don't realize the truth: it is our most finite resource.