One of my college professors once pointed out in an evaluation how hard it was to read me. I didn't necessarily take it as an insult, but something I'd not thought about myself before that point. I didn't purposely hide from people, but subconsciously I learned long ago (apparently) to put walls between myself and … Continue reading What if Nobody is There?
The hardest part of trying to elevate yourself and your way of being is confronting those parts of yourself that don't serve you, that hold you back. Those parts which are the most in need of adjustment and examination are often the ones most painful to face, which is why people have a hard time … Continue reading In the Dark Corners