GIGO (Good In, Good Out)

Emily, a young girl with above average intelligence, learns quickly and easily understands difficult concepts older children struggle with. In spite of her intelligence, Emily comes from an unstable home. Her father drinks too much and often erupts into violent screaming rampages, telling Emily she’s stupid and lazy. Sara, one …

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Onions or Diamonds

Life is like an onion; you peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes it makes you cry. I was learning and growing, overcoming my faults, and working through “pain bodies” as Eckhart Toole taught. It seemed to me that life is like onions. Every time I would …

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