Tag Archives: ups-n-downs

Roller-Coaster

Quick Look “Bi‑Polar” has entered our popular vocabulary. In everyday usage, it points to a condition in which the “Ups-and-Downs” have become too frequent or overwhelming or unpleasant. It’s normal, right? to be addicted to emotions and feelings: a bad experience “gives me” … Continue reading

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Echo on Steadiness

a time to give birth, a time to die; a time to plant, a time to uproot; a time to kill, a time to heal; a time to tear down, a time to build; a time to weep, a time … Continue reading

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Practicing Steadiness

If the roller-coaster is less fun than it used to be, begin looking for the “rhythm” that is your very own unique “stride,” as you go about your living this week. If that’s too vague, maybe you could leave earlier … Continue reading

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