His Voice ~ Really Bad Poetry

his voice carried through the bar with a huskiness that was ruff enough to pull a dogsled

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  1. Wabi sabi is about celebrating imperfections and living simply. “Everyone goes through tough times and leading a life of perfection isn’t necessarily realistic,” Kumai says. In Japanese, wabi means alone and sabi is the passage of time. Together, they teach us how to embrace the good and bad parts of ourselves and the asymmetry of life. Dr. Rachel O’Neill, LPCC, a therapist at Talkspace, says, “Embracing the imperfect means that we celebrate our strengths. This shift of mindset, from striving for an impossible ideal to embracing our strengths, leads to a more positive and strength-oriented mindset.”


    1. I don’t know what brought you to the blog, but I’m glad that it did.

      You seem to get *exactly* what the point is here. Sure, I write on a great many topic at the surface but it is all about celebrating the imperfections and simplifying/detoxifying existence.

      Thank you!

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    2. I am seeing the “celebration “ of life becoming a way of life to be able to lift one’s head back up into the skies. To celebrate the memories and feelings that were.
      That’s my new way to simplify and calm life around me down so it is livable. I’m learning. What the people out there don’t know or don’t want to know or except is not for me. I will take a different path once more.


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