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In the mirror I see that my pupils are dilated, as if I were on acid.
Spiritual people are pacifists and try to help those around them to live happier lives.
You don’t need to visit a church or do snake pose every single day to be spiritual.
Just loving yourself and people who are near you is enough.
This is why many vegans and pacifists are considered spiritual people.
“But you must tell yourself you have a right to be here.” We are sitting in two comfy chairs in the middle of the room while impossibly cute men swoop past with lattes and iced mochas. But the raven-haired writer at the table by the men’s room is cute, too. “When you try to get him to notice you, use a soft focus with the eyes,” Jim tells me with big-brotherly concern, “not the hard stare you’d use in a bar.” I do as he instructs, and my prey glances back.
“I can’t just go up to him and say hello,” I quack. We have liftoff, I think, so now Jim hands me his list of icebreakers. Why, in this open, accepting society, are we so screwed up about dating that Brad Gooch had to publish a book last year called Finding the Boyfriend Within?
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