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On Impostor Syndrome

Recently, I told my best friend I suffered from impostor syndrome less than another friend because I was more self-confident. She pointed out that we both expressed the same anxieties over and over again, and that neither of us was any less out of the hole than the other. 823 more words

Guest Post: "I am unique, NOT inferior"

“And the Lord was with Joseph, and…the Lord made all that he did to prosper” (Genesis 39:2, 3).

I remember the first day of class in my doctorate program.

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Devotional Thoughts

One Way to Minimise Distractions (and Transform Procrastination into Motivation)

Procrastination is an impostor. It poses as a barrier that stands in the way of getting things done, but I’ve come to realise that it’s not always the real barrier. 134 more words


Adhamma on the Streets of NYC

Yesterday was a strange day for many reasons but perhaps the event that most knocked me off balance and which struck me the most was a chance encounter while waling down Park Ave with my  son. 248 more words


Being the Sleek Impostor

This past Friday I had a work meeting to go to even though I was officially off from work. I had no one to blame but myself. 677 more words

Notes From A Polite New Yorker

Malice in the Mirror:  Through a Suburban Looking Glass

Who am I to play the ponderous observer,

sitting here on the patio of a plush restaurant,

having eaten an overpriced salad,

imagining my calories sumptuously slide by… 362 more words