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According to psychologist Robert Plutchik, the feeling of guilt is a blend of our primary emotions: joy and fear. Does that make sense? Not to me, not at first blush. Guilt to me is doing something I shouldn’t or … Continue reading
When things, people, topics are agreeable with us, they are easier to handle. Because they affirm us – our beliefs, actions, even our identity. Life is good. However, it’s the others that test us. Our filters work automatically. We … Continue reading
Faith is often associated with religion but, more generally, with what we believe strongly (albeit without tangible proof). The subject could be a person, object, or concept. Like, I have faith running is good for me. I am convinced … Continue reading
Part 1, here. The second time my life got put in a suspended animation is when my mom went into the hospital. My mother is in her mid 80’s and has an history of heart condition. So when she complained … Continue reading
Rest day, no running. The physical act of embracing self is not difficult. Extend arms, stretch, and wrap around the body, the best you can. Done. That is the easy piece. More difficult is the spiritual-emotional aspect of embracing … Continue reading