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No fault; no blame

It’s a fine Spring afternoon; I’m sitting at my desk writing, and a memory of my early encounter with a profound message rises: Somehow, somewhere, back in 1992, I believe – I found my first NAMI Dane County newsletter. 152 more words


Catching Myself in Faux Forgiveness

Oliver Sacks is dying.  This brilliant and eloquent neurologist is one of my favorite authors, and reading excerpts from his autobiography this morning reminded me of one large reason–he is a man of profound, lived, empathic grace.  417 more words


Lead Me Not (Twisted Love #1) by A. Meredith Walters

Book Description:

Published: August 5, 2014

In this dangerously sexy novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Find You in the Dark, a straight-laced college student meets a handsome but enigmatic stranger who lures her into an underground club scene, where she finds it difficult to resist temptation… 373 more words


“The search for a scapegoat is the easiest of all hunting expeditions.”

-Dwight Eisenhower-



I find it difficult to talk about the issues I have with my parents. Most of that difficulty lies in knowing I sound like your typical teenaged bitchfest of “my parents are so mean”, “they don’t love me”, “they’re ruining my life”. 511 more words

Pendulum of Justice

Nothing has been more detrimental to the growth of humanity

than the finger that points blame