Tag Archives: psychology
She slept through countless evocations, sky-less traipses that were strict: averse gateways kept under ambivalent conditions. Doing so ensured her overlooking an answer. The puzzle of “being” something only fed her disdain– a healthy vision only attainable in dreams. It … Continue reading
Preferring death to capture, I accomplished the most astonishing deeds, and which, more than once, showed me that the too great care we take of our bodies is the only obstacle to the success of those projects which require rapid … Continue reading
S.F. Journal, 9/29/08. Writing this with crayon and trying not to burst out laughing. Like I need more attention… I guess it had to happen, being hospitalized like this. I finally screwed up, didn’t I?But, I knew that when my … Continue reading
“I Wish I Could Decipher Your Silence.” -Carole Maso If one intends to mimic, what of resolve? What of doubt? The terrain of human consciousness(es) is well-traveled, and there are maxims swinging between both doubt and resolve. In Star Trek: … Continue reading
I wish to submit a brief expose by my colleague, Sylvia Feng, regarding 21st century health systems.