Great post…an inspiration!
I started this blog with one idea, and it morphed into another and yet another. Perhaps I ought to have started several different blogs, but I’m still not up to speed in blogging, profiles, all this stuff, so I had enough starting this one. I look back to when I began, and I have an almost completely different group of readers. So it goes, I guess. I’ve never been into numbers; I am into connection. If something I write, or some photo or photos I post makes a connection with one other person, I am satisfied.
So, about a year ago I had a drastic change in my physical circumstances. Besides mind-blowing pain; my left, and dominant hand stopped working almost entirely. My feet became numb so that although I can walk, I am wobbly at best. I have little energy. I cannot push myself in my wheelchair, but am…
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How’s your radar when it comes to detecting a malignant narcissist and her flying monkeys?
I also recently got inspiration from Robert Goldsteins blog for this post.
And many more of you, who writes about this. To you all, keep writing such post, they’re important and very educational.
Do you have a narc radar?
Some of you will answer with a big immediate YES. Then you will recognize everything I write further down in this post. Nothing will be new to you.
Some of you maybe wonder what I’m talking about. For you everything will be new information and hopefully an eye opener.
When a few of you read this post, you will try to deminish me and my words and make it look like I don’t tell the truth and that I write bad things about you as a person in…
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Another killer post from authenticitee!
It’s not as though an invitation to “caption this” was noted beneath him in this hypnoticmagnetic fieldmasquerading as any other photo on his Instagram page. Nor were his heterochromia soaked eyes behind Canon lens, looking for anyone to co-sign per sé; and yet his work as a photographer, was potent enough to unlock ancient secrets and woo me to the mic, pen in hand.
This ladies and gentlemen, is photographer Damien Anderson.
Self described on his 500pxPhotography site as an “Urban Explorer and nature and art lover”, he has consistently demonstrated the oft underrated ability to tell a story without using words. Having only recently stumbled across Mr. Anderson’s work, it was very clear from the onset, all were welcome but one must needs discern the tangible presence carefully interwoven within each post.
If you keep listening to him speak, you’llhear music but…
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