The High Cost of Fitting In
Luke Kanies
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You just blew my mind. Though a similar path ended up breaking me. Clawing my way back is my life now.

Radically accepting my place; a fish outside the fish bowl looking in, is a long slow process. Like convincing a child to go from dipping their toes in the pool, to jumping in. It’s scary.

This piece deserves, and will get, a couple more readings and a cup of tea. I need to really let my mind steep in it for a bit.

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