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“Depression lies”

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Requiem

Been walking my mind to an easy time my back turned towards the sun Lord knows when the cold wind blows it’ll turn your head around Well, there’s hours of time on the telephone line to talk about things to … Continue reading

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The Semicolon Project

Worth a read. The Semicolon Project

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An open letter

Received a letter recently from a reader. While I’m not going to post the letter, I thought it was worth posting my response (edited slightly). I sent this to him in early October and I haven’t heard anything back, so … Continue reading

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Passing

I haven’t written here in quite a while because, frankly, it had been a pretty good year and I didn’t have any great need to express myself on a blog about depression. The last half of this last month of … Continue reading

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Itself

Drove the night toward my home The place that I was born, on the lakeside As daylight broke, I saw the earth The trees had burned down to the ground Peter Gabriel “Don’t Give Up” I am afraid. I am … Continue reading

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Auld Lang Syne

There I am in younger days, stargazing, Painting picture perfect maps Of how my life and love would be. Not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection My compass, faith in love’s perfection. I missed a million miles of road I … Continue reading

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Singularity

In 1993, mathematics professor/science fiction author Vernor Vinge wrote a now-famous article entitled “The Coming Technological Singularity“. He talked about the future, and a time when humanity will create an artificial (i.e. computer) superhuman intelligence, and the consequences of that … Continue reading

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The Road to La Mancha

It has occurred to me just recently that I don’t really…. dream, anymore. Once upon a time, I had images in my head that I might be a writer. A musician. That energy of youth when the world lies at … Continue reading

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…it brings on many changes…

Over the past ten years, I’ve sadly observed that depression makes you a coward. I avoid confrontation like the plague, and despite my abilities, I’ve even avoided pursuing those things at which I would likely be successful… …because I might … Continue reading

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