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Nietchze describes people called the Ubermench as the overcoming. I very much like this idea. There is no ultimate goal it is just a series of over coming obstacles as they come.
You are awake but you still have more to grow. This makes the most sense to me in my definition of awake and growth.
I think all this stuff is a test right now. All the following and attacking and blah blah blah...
It is something for me to overcome. For me to put more behind
here is an IM convo with my mom...well her description of me. I had asked her how I was when i was younger because I do not remember.
"me and daddy thought you were not paying attention to your surroundings, but, every time we asked you a question about anything, you answered accordingly, and it always seemed like you weren't paying attention. You were very timid, quiet, observative, and curious,
you were like a little sponge. you were very critical of minds. And
by Elinor Wylie
Better to see your cheek grown hollow,
Better to see your temple worn,
Than to forget to follow, follow,
After the sound of a silver horn.
Better to bind your brow with willow
And follow, follow until you die,
then to sleep with your head on a golden pillow,
Nor lift it up when the hunt goes by.
Better to see your cheek grown sallow,
And your hair grown gray, so soon, so soon,
Updated 12-10-2008 at 12:48 PM by Verumi
Like seeks like and like dissolves in like, chemically speaking.
An ionic or polar substance will dissolve in a polar substance. A nonpolar substance will dissolve in a nonpolar substance.
There are two main types of attracting forces on the molecular lever: 1. intermolecular (external) and 2. intramolecular (internal).
In solids, molecules have no translational freedom, they are held in place by strong intermolecular attractive forces. The molecules
I just had my second session of EMDR with my therapist yesterday, and I have to say, something is shifting from within my body. I'm going because of the abuse I suffered at the hands of my mother as a child...I thought I delt with this on my own years ago, but it turns out I just stashed it away somewhere, and I've had a resurgence of the effects of that childhood crap lately with all the stress I've been experiencing in my life. The theory is that you hold traumatic experiences in your physical