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Chaos Within Routine

December 5, 2009

…or routine within chaos?  Rather ouroborean, isn’t it, dear reader? Once upon a time, I was a bartender.  I lived in chaos:  my surroundings were ever-changing.  New people, different drinks, new and old and different conversations.  People fought.  People fell in love.  Hell – I fought, I fell in love. But despite the ever-changing nature […]

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Embracing Change

March 26, 2009

“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.” –George Santayana Juxtaposition: As Garth said in Wayne’s World 2:  “We fear change.” So what’s it going to be – fear of change or the embracement thereof?  To take Santayana’s statement (maybe a bit […]

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A More Complete Response to Nicole’s Comment

March 5, 2009

So I actually received a response to my request for some amateur head-shrinkage.  Thank you, Nicole, for gracing my blog with your words.  As I said yesterday, I find your insights quite illuminating.  I like to think that my (lucid) dreams are, in fact, metaphor for something deeper.  But I didn’t realize that they were that […]

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A New Year

January 1, 2009

2009.  The only things in my life that turn over with the new year (besides my calendars) are work-related.  Do my taxes, sit with my boss and talk about how to improve upon 2008 in 2009.  Other than that, today is just another day.  I don’t believe in “new year’s resolutions” – what makes the […]

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