Tag: clarity


Silence Versus Surplus

Apparently, I talk a lot when I’m drunk. At least, that’s what my sister tells me.  I call it my post-lubrication self, when all the thoughts that I wisely (or repressingly?) censor during the day come out. I rarely regret saying them, but much of the time it’s nonsense.  Nonsense that makes me laugh or …



This is always difficult. It’s utterly critical to the success of a happy moment, but it’s still so difficult.  So many things conspire to take us out of the moment and into drama or worry or fear or depression or anger or whatever. Anywhere but here. Now. In this moment. And this moment, as the …