Wai’ale’ale

beautiful Kauai I miss your trade winds The cloud kissed crags Atop that glorious behemoth Wai'ale'ale and that one morning Every few months when The peak of rippling water Is completely clear not one Cumulus lurking mid-level Always the last to leave The party and no sign of Cirrus Either called back to heaven for … Continue reading Wai’ale’ale

Portal Project

. Erotica field research with pussygalore and the 4 hour story

First iPad post & good 2:02 pm

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Who Am I ?

I am often feeling disconnected from myself although I have spent much of my life (even as a child) cultivating my self-awareness and consciousness of humanity and the world around me. I feel there are very few people with the same priorities in the world now. It’s not about who you become as a human, but what you are as a commodity.

Breathe This Life

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In my last post, I discussed having confidence. But to be sure of one’s self, we need to know who that “self” is.

Nowadays everyone goes, goes, goes so fast. We grasp at answers without fully understanding the question. Websites, Twitter, Facebook, Blog pages, photo sharing sites; life moves so fast. We get caught up in the hustle and bustle of making ourselves known that we lose sight of who we really are.

The 17th century French author François Duc de La Rochefoucauld said,

“We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves.”

Disguise

When we don’t have a firm grasp on what makes us unique individuals, our identity; we miss out on opportunities to build productive lives. If we want to live life to the fullest we must understand what it is we seek to get out of it. You must…

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UCSB Plans Memorial for Mass-Murder Victims

TIME

The University of California Santa Barbara plans to hold a “day of mourning and reflection” for the six victims slain in a murderous rampage. A memorial service will be held at Harder Stadium at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

“This is a period of mourning for all of us,” UCSB Chancellor Henry Yang and interim executive vice chancellor Joel Michaelsen wrote in a letter to the school community posted Sunday on the school’s website. “The moving candlelight vigil that our students organized on Saturday evening began the process of healing. On Tuesday we will remember and honor the victims of this horrible event and come together as an academic community to reflect, talk with each other and think about the future.”

Elliot Rodger, 22, allegedly planned and executed a spree of murders on the university’s campus on Friday night. His roommates—Cheng Yuan Hong, George Chen and Weihan Wang—were stabbed to…

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Words to Live By week ending May 23, 2014

top tweets of the week http://liveyourlegend.net/how-an-average-person-becomes-famous/