Tag Archives: fulfillment

Monologue of an Underachiever

I’ve come to realize that it’s easier to play the victim than to create your life your way. So much easier to just be pushed and shoved whichever way the wind may blow, than to spread your wings and fly in a direction of your own choosing. This way, you can blame “them” for the outcome of your tiny, insignificant life.

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Authentic Living

My biggest fear in life is failure. Ironically, it is because of this fear that I’ve actually failed. Failed at trying anything worthwhile, failed to make progress in life, and failed to live authentically. I could blame my meaningless existence on many external circumstances, but I’d rather own up to my own faults and finally liberate […]

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The Courage to Be Alone and Silent

Many have preached that searching for happiness in external things is misguided, that only by looking within will one find the light and that otherwise we’re doomed to dwell in darkness. These people obviously did not live in modern day America. This zen business is simply impractical in today’s society. Can self-knowledge pay the bills? […]

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