Mommy

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Barbara*, 1939-

“But to me growing up, she was mommy, I believed her stories; bought them hook, line, and sinker. ”

My mother was mentally ill. I don’t think she had a labeled disease, but she did not relate to things like a normal person. She had a difficult life herself, her father died before she was born. She came from a wealthy family, upper crust; dad was a German immigrant. That was a head-on collision. Read more »

Ignorant Hate

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Joshua, 1977-

“If there is an energy bubble, a little bit of it gets sucked up, and now your bubble is smaller. It is hate out of misunderstanding.”

Giving without being asked, not for brownie points or feeling good about yourself, but because you see a need; to me, that comes from God. Do I experience acts of kindness? Read more »

My Late Wife

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Larry, 1957-

“She came in to protect me, ‘Whatever you do to him, you gotta do the same to me!’”

My biggest joy? My late wife, before she died, the time we had together. I think of her, she was my biggest joy in life. My best friend. Read more »

Enjoys, Regrets, and a Thought

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Tona, 1992-

“Regrets most: allowing others to rule my reality.”

Enjoys. Making a connection with awesome people. People who show me something I might have not looked at. Read more »

Too Experienced

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Joshua, 1992-

“Favorite song: Too Experienced, by Barrington Levy”

TOO EXPERIENCED
Barrington Levy

She doesn’t want me around
She’s got something to hide
I think she wants a clown, someone to take for a ride Read more »