Tag Archives: frustration

The case of delayed response

A child trips and falls. She raises her voice in a cry, but there is no one in the play area to take notice. Upon further inspection, she realizes that no real harm was done; her cry subsides. Sometime later, … Continue reading

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Just let it be

This morning I woke up with a sense of anxiety. For no particular reason. Maybe it was an accumulation of many small items, each insignificant by its own, but piling up when put together; maybe it was simply a matter … Continue reading

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That missing word

Occasionally, I am in need of a specific word to describe something; yet that word evades me. I know that I know it. I can sense it, smell it, taste it at the tip of my tongue. But alas, it … Continue reading

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