TICKLING CATASTROPHE

image from 1944 film Gaslight, starring Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer,  source: “What Does Gaslight Even Mean?“ __ can I stop by?I need a needle and thread to sew on a button. can I stop by? I need your advice. I stepped in. I had to.can you believe he would hit is own mother? can I…

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This Is What The Truth Feels Like

“Frequency” by K. O’Neill, 36″x48″, acrylic on canvas, online at K. O’Neill Studio   I just finished my first solo art exhibition in the City of Brotherly Love two weeks ago. I had poured my heart and soul into creating the perfect collection of works to showcase, stayed up the night before the event going…

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The Big Chop: A Spiritual Transition

My cousin’s graduation party was in a few hours. I needed to get dressed, and I needed to do my makeup. But, I had just finished washing my hair, and doing it was, of course, the top priority. I stood in front of the bathroom mirror wrapped in a towel and looked at myself. My…

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Is Society Pulling Your Strings?

Question. Not in class, not in your group of friends about an issue, but in your mind. Question yourself. Ask why. Why are you pulling in your tummy in every picture? Why do you tilt your head like this in every selfie? Why do you go to the disco? Why are you hanging out with…

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Writer’s Block: Tips & Tricks to Get You Going Again

If you like to write, then you’ve probably suffered from writer’s block every now and again, times where your mind doesn’t feel like working and decides that it’s time go off on an unnecessarily long vacation. A lot of people tend to take a break themselves to wait out the lack of motivation until their…

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