It is impossible to write free verse every day without descending occasionally into platitude.
Nonetheless, it's worth a try.
No nation that is governed by a constitution whose tenets are grounded in a particular religion --nor any nation that is run by clerics -- has avoided utter corruption.
But then: what nation has?
Put another way: what is the minimum number of people a community must contain in order for corruption to be a guaranteed byproduct?
Being "born in sin" may just mean that we are programmed to lust, whether we like it or not.
It is easy to fall in love with bloggers one has never met. Strangers whose souls one can touch are lovers of the highest order.
The only way to minimize clutter and disorganization is through disciplined and regular purging of physical and psychological junk.
Put another way: like all other forms of freedom, spatial freedom requires constant vigilance, ordered ideals, and some small measure of ruthlessness.
Most human interaction is a dance of mutual manipulation. This is not necessarily a bad thing, unless the same dancer always leads.
There is someone in your life whom you have not forgiven. Begin forgiving that person now.
From faithful reader Ambivablog: Never say, "I know exactly how you feel."