Coming Out

outofmymind

I am happiest

when

I go out of my mind.

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15 thoughts on “Coming Out

  1. So funny, that can mean two things “Going out of your mind.” Doesn’t always mean going crazy, but rather thinking outside that little space. unless I’m wrong 😉
    Oh my apologies accidentally un-followed you but re-followed right away.

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    1. I was a bit concerned when I posted this that people would think I’d lost my marbles, when in fact my intention was to express the liberation of not living exclusively in thought – and perhaps for some people it can be a great experience to go a bit crazy (in a benevolent way) every now and then. Thanks for picking up the subtleties. Love, Harlon

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