Ephemerality and Road Kill.

The rain was falling down in thin sheets, lightly brushing over the rounding of her skull where her hood was drawn. The bus was several streets over making its way hastily to the stop. I can’t be late, she strictly reminded herself. As she stepped across the street, her cheeks turned the sullen shade of…

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The Soul of Drag

It’s all temporary. The paint, the powder, and even the body. Here’s how drag teaches us about what it’s like to live a human experience.

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What We Can Learn From the Man That Hiked Everest in Shorts.

The Iceman has shocked journalists, scientists, and viewers. He sheds a light on the power of the breath and shows us how we can reclaim control over our bodies.

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Not Falling For You

A poem about being grateful for getting what you need from the universe, instead of getting what you want.

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Yoga for Beginners: Moving Meditation

Sweating on a thin foam mat with my forehead pressed against my knees, the blood rushing to my head, and the sound of trickling water and chanting in the background I ponder: how did I get here?

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