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The lottery of life: the not-so-secret to my (sort of) success

May 31, 2018

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At this point, I can imagine one totally reasonable response to this “discovery” and my decision to share it: “Well done, Dr. Privilege, you finally figured out what people have been telling you for decades. What do you want? A hero biscuit?”

The Moment that Changed My Life Forever. What I Learned May Change Yours Too.

February 1, 2016

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Had I arrived a second earlier or a second later, my transformative experience might never have taken place.

The Surest Path To Failure Is To Be True to Oneself. So Why Am I Smiling So Much?

January 5, 2015

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Undoubtedly, some much less rational part of me has decided that this is the right -- nay, the only -- way forward. Dopamine never lies, right?

In 2015, I Will Try to Give Birth To A Dancing Star. What About You?

December 31, 2014

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On this New Year’s Eve, I am peering over the edge of the ever unknown year before me, my belly is pregnant with the possibility of a dancing star, and I am smiling.

S.T.O.P.: The Still Moment Between Lost and Found.

December 1, 2014

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I don’t suppose it’s possible to experience or identify the precise moment when you became lost.

The Bucket List: Human, All Too Human

November 10, 2014

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Reason tells me that death’s leveling wake reduces life to irrelevancy, but some part of me chooses life over and over again.

On the Remembrance of Things Past: Heading West To Paradise Lost and Found.

October 2, 2014

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Remembering is like heading west to find the Indies, one hopes for Asia, but, in the end, one only ever discovers, colonizes, and exploits a new world.