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Yardsticks for making sense

Yardsticks for making sense

Using a voice to produce sounds that make sense to others can be done by anyone who isn’t vocally impaired. The same applies to putting pen to paper, using one’s body to form shapes, pretending to be someone else and a wide range of other skills. Creating something...

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Saturation time

Saturation time

What does saturation feel like? There is only so much material for anyone to absorb in the process of creating a vocabulary. After a while, a feeling emerges in one’s bones. People share many things in common, but we also have unique, personal traits. Why is it that...

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What it means to be free

What it means to be free

Wouldn’t it be great to live in a culture that empowers free spirits? Does this happen anywhere? How easy is it to gain access to such a social cluster? If it doesn’t exist, shouldn’t it be on a wish list, somewhere? Perhaps some cultures have codes that are closer to...

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Openness and inclinations

Openness and inclinations

A new day brings new challenges, both big and small. Openness to learning gives access to insights about coping mechanisms. There is no need to fall over one’s self, aiming to conform to the ways of others. Awareness of the terrain is helpful for navigating one’s way...

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Acceptable terms

Acceptable terms

Someone is being playful. After concluding that negotiation is a reasonable way of reaching a mutually acceptable sort of compromise, strings have been pulled behind the scenes. It takes two to tango, or so the saying goes. Both partners are drawn into a pas de deux...

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Needs and acceptance

Needs and acceptance

Inner reflection and outer engagement are both essential human needs. Maintaining balance between these activities should be handled with care. Where does a lockdown come into the equation? Some living creatures hibernate at this time of year, but others are used to...

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