Tag: depression

Grab a Lifeline

  The link to the above image is also a good article.

Empty Lies a Crowded Room

  Twas’ too soon for me to go an empty vessel still in tow the darkness loomed, but glowed, that room the crowd all dapper-dressed. The iron box of elevation took us to that destination the couple smiles, no hesitation “Congrats on baby quest.”…

Love for the Evil One

If that clock didn’t tell her the time so accurately, Sofie would have taken a hammer to it long ago. Why else would she have kept it? But she needed the clock. It gave her the idea. She pulled Meta’s box out from under…

Does the Internet promote depression?

“All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.”  ― Blaise Pascal, Pensées   I learned of this quote years back during a yoga class. It’s stuck with me and I wanted to share it. That’s how I came upon…

Can’t see through the obstacles?

An Opaque look at life won’t get you anywhere. Search until you can see the light. Look out the window. You might see a woman walking steadily on one leg. 🙂  

When we yearn to touch

but can’t because we are mere Shadows of ourselves. Aren’t we all, at times?

When music is gone

The Notes Sadly Vanish Oh, how the music drew me once a cadence with my own the perfect pitch, the unison, the harmony of tone. But change of keys, a sharper chord A melody postponed That left behind a requiem of death from whence it’s…

There is Always Hope

     Erin Moffett was one of the nine participants in the “No Hill for a Stepper” essay contest.  It takes courage to write about difficult things but by doing so, maybe Erin has taught other kids that they are not alone and to…

A Depression? Again?

I didn’t know Cono early on. I was born seven years later. But when he held me that first day, I learned right away that he was someone like me, the one from the litter who fought their way up. Slow, steady and watchful,…