God Knows I’m Good
Tobias Mayer

Beautiful post Tobias. Thank you for your vulnerability. I have a deep understanding of the scene you describe back at the lonely hotel after a day of espousing wholeness and authentic social connection. It’s a strange reality. Perhaps the contrast between the sweetness of the day and the emptiness of the night can help us develop gratitude that we are even around to experience anything at all.

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