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Distance Creates Closeness (Expat Week #051)

Adventures of an American Traveler

Everyone you meet comes with baggage, find someone who cares enough to help you unpack.   ~Ziad K. Abdelnour

Monkey Whispers Monkey Whispers

I have baggage. I am not talking about the suitcase type one brings to the airport, though, the baggage I carry does come with me to the airport.  The baggage I speak of is the subtle (or not so subtle) predilections I carry based on my life experiences. Generally, this type of baggage negatively impacts one’s ability to enjoy life by coloring it in ways that mask reality.

We all have our baggage some heavier than others. The baggage I carry is forever the monkey on my back whispering ditties into my ear sowing doubt in my relationships.  It has only been over the past year that I have been able to finally understand those whispers for the lies they are and learn to turn a deaf ear instead of letting…

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