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Day 1856: Two Kinds of People

Because I’m the kind of person who listens to other people, I paid attention yesterday when Winston said to me, “There are two kinds of people in this world.” Because I’m the kind of person I am who is living in this  kind of world, I immediately thought of  two possible follow ups to Winston’s […]

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Day 1134: There are two kinds of people in this world

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who agree with the following statement and those who don’t. Do you agree that there are two kinds of people in this world?  If so, how would you divide up the people in this world into two groups? There are two kinds of people in […]

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Day 668: Cat people

If you know the difference between a cat and a dog … then you probably know the difference between “cat people” and “dog people.”  Speaking for myself, I’ve read and heard lots of discussions about how Cat People and Dog People differ. (If you want to read some of these comparisons, check out this, this, […]

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Day 1857: You Can’t Fight City Hall

You can’t fight the proliferation of definitions on the internet for phrases like “You Can’t Fight City Hall.” The Urban Dictionary: you can’t fight city hall it is useless to clash with a politician or establishment, it is foolish to fight a battle that you can’t win “After getting no support for the destitute for […]

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Day 146: To boldly go where no Ann has gone before

My son, my bf, and I saw the new movie “Star Trek Into Darkness” last night. (I originally thought there MUST be a punctuation mark in that title — perhaps a “:” or a “,” or even a “.” But no. Nada.) My son had one major question after the movie: “Why was it called […]

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Day 2549: Our world deserves more _____

Our world deserves more love, care, attention, connection, understanding, trustworthy leaders, humanity, music, and people like you.   Our world deserves more wonderful, fortunate, and  transformative musicals like Come From Away. Our world deserves more healing of traumatic events like 9/11 through art, as shown in Come From Away’s “Me and the Sky”.   Our […]

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Day 2525: Have no doubt

Have no doubt; I am going to explain the origin of today’s title. Yesterday, somebody told me they attended  a group session with a famous local “eraser” of addictions, depression, anxiety, and phobias, and the take-away was “Have no doubt.” Have no doubt that I am going to share my photos from yesterday. Have no […]

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Day 2513: Looks can be deceiving.

Let’s look at the meaning of today’s title: “Looks can be deceiving.” looks can be deceiving/deceptive idiom —used to say that something can be very different from how it seems or appears to be The restaurant doesn’t look very appealing, but looks can be deceiving/deceptive. I think many things and people can be deceiving, especially […]

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Day 2414: Looking for love

If you’re looking for love, don’t be looking at the news. Instead, try looking around you. After I took those two photos yesterday morning at the parking garage near work, I knew I’d be looking for love for the rest of the day.   Winston, who works at that parking garage, was looking at me as […]

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Day 1437: More comparisons

Earlier this year, two days before I tried out for the TV show The Voice, I wrote a post titled “Comparisons.” Because comparisons are a cognitive distortion that can lead to envy, dissatisfaction, low esteem, disappointment, and misery, I hesitate to compare today’s post with the one I wrote before. Since I’ve been back at work […]

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