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Removing the Masks

By melanie jean juneau, published on May 5, 2014

THE WORST CASE SCENARIO, FOR ME, WOULD BE TO DIE AND DISCOVER

THAT I HAD MERELY WORN MASKS, PLAYED GAMES AND MISSED OUT ON LIVING IN REALITY.

FOR ME REALITY IS TO LIVE PLUGGED INTO THE ETERNAL GOD, LOVING AND ACCEPTING LOVE WITH JOY AND A SENSE OF HUMOUR

- MELANIE JEAN JUNEAU

“The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.”? C.G. Jung, Psychiatrist

“I now see how owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.”? Brene Brown

I’ve finally stopped running away from... (more)

Tags: humour, quotes, self-knowledge

Foundational Argument: Who Are You; Who Am I?

By Notumbus Bumbus, published on Dec 17, 2011

How much can we really say we know another person? I am not speaking of their name, where they live, their sex, color, culture, language, where they went to school, the work they do. Nor am I speaking of what they may have told you about their lives, who was cruel to them, who was kind. Who gave them hope and who taught them fear, no, it’s much more than that. More than the beliefs they hold, their politics, religion, sexual proclivities; than the books read, movies seen, music that has driven and inspired them. More even than what they wish to admit to themselves about their own shadows. Can... (more)

Tags: self-knowledge, multitudes

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