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In a way, journaling is similar to meditation: it quiets the mind.  The clock no longer matters.  When I journal, I lose sight of insignificant things.  I forget about how I look.  I’m no longer self-conscious. Trivial things disappear.  Unfinished conversations and overdue obligations and fleeting emotions are gone.  For just a little while, I become aware of only what matters in this moment: the placement of paper and words, this expression of my truth.

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