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25 April 1987
"To be left on the tightrope of youthful unknowing is to experience the excruciating beauty of full freedom and the threat of eternal indecision. Few, if any, survive their teens. Most surrender to the vague but murderous pressure of adult conformity. It becomes easier to die than to maintain a constant battle with the superior forces of maturity." --Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
agnes scott college, analyzing, anatomy, anne hutchinson, anthropology, anti-war, architecture, art, astronomy, auguste rodin, beethoven, being alone, biology, bonobos, books, brains, building things, cats, charles darwin, charlie brown, christianity, classical music, claude monet, coffee, creativity, death, developmental biology, different ways of being, doctors, doctors without borders, documentaries, drama, drawing, dreams, ee cummings, ehlers-danlos syndrome, eleanor of aquitaine, everything, evolution, feminism, fire, flowers, foreign films, foreign languages, gandhi, gay rights, government, happy stuff, history, human ancestors, human rights, inspiration, jd salinger, jesus, joan of arc, kali, kermit the frog, kittens, kurt vonnegut, lauryn hill, leonardo da vinci, life, literature, live journal, llamas, love, mammals, maya angelou, medieval history, mental health, meryl streep, metro high school, miracles, movies, music, médecins sans frontières, nasa, nature of the universe, nerdy things, nirvana, non-human primates, npr, old stuff, organic chemistry, oscar wilde, other cultures, our town, pablo picasso, painting, peace, pediatrics, people, philosophy, pink flamingos, poetry, psychology, quakerism, religion, research, robert frost, rock & roll, rocky horror picture show, rubber duckies, scholarly articles, science, shakespeare, shakespeare festival, sheep, sleep, snoopy, sociology, stars, stuff, sunshine, sylvia plath, taoism, the beatles, the white stripes, theater, tolerance.org, tori amos, toys, vertebrates, vincent van gogh, waking life, weirdness, william carlos williams, women's rights, world peace, writing, xenophilia, yoga

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