I deleted my Facebook account about five minutes ago.
The feeling was exquisite. There is a sensation of lightness within, like the relinquishment of a clunky burden.
It was an impulsive decision in execution, though I have been considering this … Continue reading
The other day I was buying junk food from the convenience store. My hair all messy. Ewok beard on full display. Probably stunk like depression.
Waiting in line, this beautiful woman comes up behind me. Tall, well-groomed, elegant clothes. She … Continue reading
Holding jobs was never really my thing…
My work history is littered with short-lived casualties of my patterns of depression, anxiety, temper, impulsiveness, and laziness (not usually all those simultaneously, but maybe once or twice).
My last job took place … Continue reading
I remember how excited I used to get about synchronicity.
Times when sequences of impossible coincidences unfolded as naturally as breathing, and I had a sense of awe and communion with the universe.
From that sense of communion came a … Continue reading
Once in a while, stringing together a sequence of coherent words is like pulling teeth.
Other times, it’s like navigating a pitch black void. Each word is a step forward, but you can’t see where you’re going. Oh, and you’re … Continue reading
There’s a scene in Caddyshack, where a golfing bishop is so on fire with hole-in-ones that he can’t bring himself to take shelter during a storm.
A much less heroic version of that happened to me once in my preteen … Continue reading