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“But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child—our own two eyes.” -Thich Nhat Hanh

Saving Face

By Millicent Sykes Injecting methods to hide emotions  THE ATTEMPT Ally self with view Block projections of fear, insecurity, jealousy, envy, and hate Communicate fearlessness THE DISCOVERY Observe adaption to circumstances  Realize reality and concept of time  Remember a heart which once beat  THE AWAKENING Refuse to quit  Oscillate between tolerance and acceptance  Process the…

How I Let My Best Friend Run My Life for Ten Years

By Brian Thornsburg Friendship isn’t always a beautiful thing. While it can sometimes be the most freeing and meaningful connection we make as humans, not everyone enters honestly. There are a growing number of people in our world that will give the illusion of friendship for nefarious purposes. Oftentimes the victim won’t realize it until…

Singular Enhancement Optimization: Too Hot to Handle

By Dan Coleman Hello, Each and Every Reader. By reading this and/or any of the other articles about Isolation Moderation, a red hot potato has been dropped into your lap. Regardless of your decisions about the theory, the seed has been planted. Ideally, your perspective will have been altered in a manner that inspires reflection.…

Singular Enhancement Optimization: Big and Tall

By Dan Coleman Individual freedoms are sacred in this Land of Opportunity that we Americans call home. Poll a cross section of the population asking what freedom means and the responses would be expected to be as varied as the demographics. Freedom of speech, religion, movement. Free enterprise. The opportunity to dream and to pursue…

Genesis: Creating Something New

By Millicent Sykes “We can’t all be geniuses,” a co-worker said to me once. “Why not?” I replied. “A genius is someone who has an idea, a new idea.” Ok, so you have a new idea. What do you do with it? Is it true, kind, necessary? (to quote the great thinkers…) Okay, criteria met.…

Singular Enhancement Optimization: Power Decisions Matter More

By Dan Coleman Being at a party and being tolerated because an invitation was received is one thing. A warm welcome at a party is another. Brandon Burlsworth understood the feeling all too well. Amazingly, he personified elements of the political theory, Isolation Moderation, before it was developed. He examined himself constantly in order to…

Third Eye Chakra and a Sense of Understanding

By Millicent Sykes How do we begin to process the dilemma? “Should I stay or should I go?” Always deciding and never understanding the impacts of those decisions What is love, but a trauma bond Two souls coming together to attempt to survive in this treacherous world Where moments of grief have to be shared,…

Fear and Loathing

By Millicent Sykes I stop to think about the ways in which I keep myself from taking action Many call it fear Sometimes, it is felt in the body, causing the person to physically stop because of overstimulation Sometimes, it is a thought that seems so frightening the person begins to dissociate from reality, becoming…

Singular Enhancement Optimization: Personal Decisions Matter

By Dan Coleman A popular unspoken belief is that living in a free society means a person is at liberty to do what one wants, when one wants, without accountability to anyone, as long as no law is broken. The following story provides evidence to reject this notion by illustrating how a young boy’s decisions…

A Sense of Betrayal

By Millicent Sykes A broken illusion A clashing of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors A misunderstanding starting to erode the soul and sense of essence A… a…. a… moment in time where the confusion becomes too much to bear Insecurity setting in as the vision of the person’s life begins to crumble around All sense of…

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