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Hey! I'm queer, married, step-dad, corgi dad, ex-Church-of-Christ, philosophical Taoist, School Psychology grad student.

I talk about anti-capitalism, disability, LGBTQ*, education systems, psychology, but mostly dogs, memes, gay culture, and nerd culture.

I'm an Enneagram 9, INF(P), Hufflepuff. Love Marvel comics, but especially X-Men. Trying to be a film buff.

Be my friend?

So I walk into a local middle school and it looks like things are going well.

Christian Denominations as Enneagram Numbers 

Christian Denominations as Enneagram Numbers 

Christian Denominations as Enneagram Numbers 

Christian Denominations as Enneagram Numbers 

Christian Denominations as Enneagram Numbers 

Christian Denominations as Enneagram Numbers 

Has anyone done a "Christian Denominations As Enneagram Numbers" thread?

It feels like an Anglo/American expression of Taoism, Zen, and Native spirituality. Pacifism, anarchy, community, nature, environment. I can get behind this.

I'm not surprised that the only type of spirituality I can engage in is sitting in silence, non-hierarchical, not explicitly Christian, connected to nature and community, socially active, thoughtful, deliberate.

I started attending a Quaker/ Friends Meeting and I like it. It's been 4 years since I've been part of a faith community in person.

It's almost as if exvies are as militant about ideological purity as they were indoctrinated to be

After processing this show for the past week, I can't help but feel like there may be a spirituality for me, just over the horizon.

I need a therapist like @mike described. I've had about 4 therapists, but none of them call me out for intellectualizing everything. I need help ~feeling~

The United Methodist Church and LGBTQ Equality. 

"A 9 lifeguard would just jump in the water with a drowning person and hold their hand as they drowned." – @mike

Probably one of the biggest unacknowledged impacts of capitalism on our life is the artificial scarcity of time.

Without capitalism, we could all work less. We could rest more. We could let selfcare, play and creation come intuitively. A lot of things don’t need to be scheduled.
We could just let time happen without any obligation to make a particular use of it.

Not talking about capitalism in a lesson on economic justice is like not talking about Whiteness in a lesson on racial injustice.

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