Wednesday October 14, 2008  I’ve been (re)reading books on “How to find the vocation you’ll want to build your life around.”  Last night, I figured out what was missing (for me) in these books.

I don’t want to build my life around a craft, or art, or profession.  I want to build my life around living my life.

Note:  I don’t think primarily in words, but in kinesthetic/tactile/visual diagrams of three, four, sometimes five dimensions.  (This is something I’ve realized only in the past few years.)  The above is the best I can do right now at translating the insight into words.

***To the food shelf at Minnehaha Methodist.  The bags they gave out to fill with “take what you want” items were smaller than the ones they’d been using; the standardized food packs were smaller than they had been.  Not surprising — food shelves in the Twin Cities haven’t been hit as hard as elsewhere, but economic problems must be taking their toll.
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“Senior Citizens Line Up at Strip Club for Free Flu…”
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