You can’t keep what you never find
It is a practice in acceptance, a discovery of more tolerance, and a space clearing exercise that helps in these confined times.
It is an extended loss, a wealth of the unknown, and often the inability to find closure or completion to everyday tasks.
Fear is an awfully big wig, hard to manage, and usually leaves us looking more unkempt than we recognize.
The rush to normalcy in a reactionary world Having been a casualty to the cultural, and genetic entrapment of addictions, it is not surprising that the headlines some would pass by, catch my eye these days. It is similar to the HAM radio licence plates, when I knew what they signified, I saw more and […]