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Posted on October 3, 2019 by Helen White
For the longest time, I pushed back against “logic” and “order”, “structure” and “form as though they were the very enemies of my being. Since my Asperger’s diagnosis, I’ve been compelled to review that attitude and flip it on its … Continue reading →
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Menu, Personal Development, Spirituality | Tagged abstract thought, Aspergers, control, creativity, inarticulate genius, inside my head, introversion, introvert, meaning of life, no longer pretending to be normal, overwhelm, parameters, proof of god, psychology, safeguards, self-containment, spirituality, spirituality is obvious, the joy of asperger's diagnosis | 1 Comment
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