Who are you? Discussions of identity take the answer to this basic question for granted. The “I” that is invoked by the speaker is typically described as a series of characteristics or attributes. Thus, the person usually says “I am [insert list of adjectives here].” A hidden and problematic assumption, though, is that the “I” […] […]Read more "Who Are You? (a reblog)"
Have faith in your ability To do what is necessary In the effort to transform When it becomes mandatory. No one else need believe In what you’re capable of When you know you and the stars Are basically made of the same stuff. –ria ❤ (be sure to visit Ria’s blog for more beautiful poems)Read more "week 11|2017: On You & Your Star Stuff"