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Thoughts to think on this week

He is only half a watermelon.

I don’t really have a comment or question about this statement, I just love it. I smile every time I think on it. What’s yours?

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Thoughts to think on this week

He didn’t want to be angry. He wanted to be a real person. (Integration by Sherman Alexia)

What about you? How do you address your anger? Do you see it as separate from you or do you accept it as part of who you are?  Do you excuse your anger as if it isn’t part of you? [Oh, that, you can’t hold that against me. I was just angry and clapped back?] Does your anger every surprise you? Do you listen to what you are saying and think, where did that come from?

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Thoughts to think on this week

It seemed that people were more honest when conversing with the dead. Even if it’s not a real person in front of them, there was a place where they could say it. (Speak Memory by Casey Newton)

Do you talk with friends and family members who have already passed? Are you more honest with them than those on planet earth?

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Thoughts to think on this week

[In 2017, I attended two writing classes. This year, we’ll think on some thoughts from those classes.]

It was like a flamingo living in the house; it’s very beautiful and rare but it doesn’t really fit anywhere. (Speak Memory by Casey Newton)

Do you have any flamingos in your life? What will you do about this year?