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Category Archives: acceptance

Good & Evil

I can’t hear the words “good” and “evil” without thinking of Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida.” The title of that song has its own mythology about how it came to be, but all the different versions boil down to the idea that … Continue reading

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Nature Vs Nurture Vs Something Else

Some theorists believe that the essence of who we are is based entirely on our genetic makeup. That is, they believe that our DNA and our genes determine our physical appearance and our entire personalities and ways of being. These … Continue reading

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Accepting Imperfection

When you were a child did you hear the words, “children are to be seen and not heard?” Were you allowed to express your feelings such as sadness or anger, or were you expected to be happy and perfect at all times? As … Continue reading

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