The real identity politics: part 2.
It will keep pushing you out of your comfort zone, nudging you in the direction of your purpose.
Being falsely positive may work for a while, but those unfelt emotions will come back and bite us in the butt.
They define how you experience life.
Whether that’s with you, or with how you view the world.
It’s a sign that you’re lost in your ego.
You are not your stories and your stories are not you.
Having an attachment to things, ideas, people or beliefs is the biggest cause of suffering.
Who you really are is neither nice nor not nice.
Who you believe you are impacts the world you see.
Perhaps it’s time to release them.
Now that would really rile up the Gillette haters!
As long as we’re viewing each other through the lens of gender, then we’re viewing each other through the lens of conditioning.
I’m grateful for moments of good in a crappy situation.
“Ever since I came out, my dad thinks all of my friends are my girlfriend.”
There are many who are prepared to get up in arms about injustices and fight in the public arena for what they say they believe. Yet when it comes to their interactions in the private arena, they may have a distinct lack of self-awareness. This is, of course, classic ego response in action. Egalitarians may…