Dealing With My Closet

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About Mark Radcliffe

Mark Radcliffe is a writer living in New York City. He has a weakness for bourbon, jazz and girls who can drive stick. You can read more of his essays here: www.theradcliffescrolls.tumblr.com and http://markradcliffe.com.

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  1. So..there are things we need to deal with. And sooner or later we need to deal with what’s important. That’s common sense.

  2. Mark Radcliffe says:

    Well, as the Indigo Girls once sang, “The hardest to learn was the least complicated.” ;) Thanks for reading.

  3. I do appreciate what you’re saying though. In my field (teaching languages) people avoid doing what is obvious (eg speaking with someone) and instead spend their time elsewhere. Kinda sad…

  4. Hey Mark,
    Nice post.

    I have always thought “If the closet is full there is no room for anything new”.

    It’s my opinion that life is about having new experiences, trying different things, pushing that “edge” (whatever that might be for you). If my “closet” is always full I have no room and even more importantly I have no space for something new to come to me. I try to clear out my closet, garage, cupboards etc every 6 months. If I haven’t used it, its gone.
    Thanks for inspiring some deeper thought today on this.
    Best,
    Alan

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