Musings

I don’t believe limitation was ever meant to be a source of suffering.  I believe it was meant to be an immersive game—boundaries we use to explore possibility and potential before returning to a greater state of rest.

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9 thoughts on “Musings

  1. And yet, limitations can cause tremendous suffering… Which sometimes no amount of super chill analysis can stave off. But limitations can indeed teach and humble us. I think you’re very brave to put a work-in-progress online, I had started reading some of your Unbound chapters in my rest moments during my current flirtation with cardiac limitations, and I enjoyed them enough that I broke a long streak of not purchasing anything for myself from Amazon (we have issues with each other at this point, so really that is a compliment that I would break down and do that) to get Echo because I thought that might help me understand the background a little bit more. I noticed chapter 8 has changed since the last time I visited it. So perhaps I will wait until it is finished to purchase that for finishing the reading so I don’t become confused about the story. Hope you have a great day and thank you for helping make some of my moments in the past couple months a little bit better with your writing. 😊 Ari

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    • I wish you fast healing and minimal frustration. Echo is definitely rougher around the edges–grittier, darker, and not as polished. And the Unbound Realm, although it’s starting to get a bit of polish, is still undergoing edits as to get rid of some big plot holes. Thanks for the support!

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      • Well, the healing process is going to be long but I am thankful every day for the time that I do you have and that my condition is improving at all, because for some people it doesn’t. Sorry it took me a while to respond to this😳. Yeah, I had to read Echo in chunks, and I purchased the second one but haven’t started it yet. Sometimes because of my own personal background I need to take breaks from violent content even when I’m not struggling with the current heart rate stuff. Sometimes right now I need metaphorical fluffy clouds and nothing more taxing than makeup depending what’s going on in the moment in my personal life also. Thanks for taking the time to respond to me 😁

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  2. There’s a great line I remember when I was young. Back when dinosaurs were making BIC lighters. It’s from Richard Bach’s “Illusions” – Argue for your limitations and sure enough they’re yours.

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