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A Lesson on Narcissism with Your Host, Russell Brand.

A Lesson on Narcissism with Your Host, Russell Brand.

In this conversation with Charlot Duboc, Russell Brand reveals himself as a borderline vicious narcissist. Their conversation is so chock-full of subtle yet blatant narcissistic behavior, that the only way to accurately address all of it is to break it down minute by minute, which…

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Impromptu Interview With My Parents At Souplantation

Impromptu Interview With My Parents At Souplantation

ME: What do you think happens when people are given “too much” freedom? DONNA: They can go wild. Are you talking about children or citizens? DAD: How do you define freedom? ME: How about if I rephrase it: What can be the danger of being…

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Come

Come

“Come, Nibiru, come.” The timid seeker rolled down his window so that there’d be a chance that some one or thing would hear his murmuring, which even on the dead streets at night, was barely carrying. If the sound of his words at least reached…

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Harry Potter and Text-Based Tantrums

Harry Potter and Text-Based Tantrums

If you read the things I write on here, some of this will be redundant, but I’m realizing a lot of new things about my life. I’ve written some about what a heavy kid I was–my outlook on life was life is hard, the world…

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Lessons from July

Lessons from July

Books from Hope in the Dark by Rebecca Solnit Danger and possibility are sisters. Imagine the world as a theater. The acts of the powerful and the official occupy center stage. The traditional versions of history, the conventional sources of news encourage us to fix…

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Lessons From June

Lessons From June

Books from A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi  //Happy conditions do not make you happy. Being happy causes happy conditions. //Desires indicate to you things for which you have a built-in ability. //Thinking has its place. It is a tool, just like…

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Lessons From May

Lessons From May

Books from A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi   “You are an observer, with a body to experience your observations.” “Everything changes, and using memory keeps you from seeing that change, seeing things as they truly are. Try to forget everything…

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Lessons From April

Lessons From April

Books from To Be Real a book of essays edited by Rebecca Walker Forward by Gloria Steinem In fact, feminism has always stood for the right to bare, decorate, cover, enjoy, or do whatever we damn well please with our bodies- and to do so in safety-…

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{Examples Needed}

{Examples Needed}

I have spent more years of my life resisting my womanhood than I have embracing it. As a child, I received the message that femininity, which I was naive enough to consider a primary component of anyone’s womanhood, signaled weakness. This message was a byproduct…

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Lessons From March

Lessons From March

from Ram Dass “Any disturbing emotion that may arise is wisdom the moment that you relax to your natural mind. Look directly into it, don’t deliberately reject it or regard it as a fault. Indulge in it concretely and regard it as a virtue.” “I encourage…

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