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Apr 5, 2023Liked by Sherry Ning

β€œWhat the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly.” ~ Richard Bach.

Thank you for making my day beautiful with your writing.

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I've never heard of that one before:) thanks for sharing β€” I'm glad you enjoy my creations!

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Apr 5, 2023Liked by Sherry Ning

I love your writings. They make so much sense.

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Thank you!

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Apr 5, 2023Liked by Sherry Ning

Incredible writing every time!

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Much appreciated!!

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So sweet, thank you!

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Thank you:)

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I done subscribed, but y'aint gittin no cash outta me, young lady.

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Oh for cripes sake, even Tim Denning likes this one. If I had enemies, it would be Tim Denning. Fine, Tim Denning is just me in a different incarnational mode. Denning is me, if I had a banker's heart. And I admit I liked 'Pluripotent' before I saw Tim's opportunistic head looming into my sightline like a Bosch cautionary tale. I don't usually subscribe to anything, but I'll make an exception and 'scribe here. I'll try to be good.

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I have only discovered the blog, and this was a really fantastic intro. So much of it resonated with my own thinking, as I grapple with existential angst. Looking forward to discovering more, and to observing your own process of differentiation and individuation, if you care to keep sharing.

Very inspiring stuff πŸ’«

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Thanks for sharing the backstory behind the name! Possibilities...perhaps that is why we place our hope on children, since (at least in our minds) they can become anything and anyone. For the same reason, some people hate making choices because it kills off possibilities: the opposite of what a child (or an egg) represents.

On a side note, some existentialists argue that death is the end of possibilities (e.g., Sartre), but is it really the end given the impact of one's potential legacy? Or is it possibilities on another dimension?

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