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Creatively Maladjusted

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. did not like the notion of passively accepting hurtful, harmful social norms. He stated that those who accept hate and injustice as just the way of the world, suffer a pathology. “There are some things … Continue reading

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Creative Maladjustment

Have you ever engaged in a heated quarrel with someone who seemed to disagree with every example you put forward and disavowed all the anecdotal evidence you presented? In turn, did you also find her clever examples and evidence appear¬†inaccurate? … Continue reading

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Creatively Maladjusted

We must not allow ourselves to normalize what is harmful to others. This is my interpretation of what Martin Luther King, Junior had to say about exploitation, injustice, and violence in our world. Dr. King had more than just one … Continue reading

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Creative Maladjustment

I have a vague memory of mom telling my maternal grandmother that there was something not quite right about how I colored the pictures in coloring books.¬† Mom didn’t understand why I made green cows beneath a pink sky or … Continue reading

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