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Under my Skin

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Sounds to me like some of Steve Tyrel lines…rigth? I got my issues this very week, and this is what I call life. I use to write to said just something to cut the wind. This very week I had  to cut the wind even to the expense of my own strength, even when not creating anything (what I try to? …clarity). Thank God we have that with us in the bank for eternity. We have strength in the mist of craziness. At least I have the “tiny” little idea there, when crying: HELP!!!!! I do know how it works, just paint the walls with my lungs out to the world, and peace arrive. Always and only. That’s what I call….”With Us”.

I just kind of realize the reason for me to write, this need, this hunger to get my finger tips in those eternal kisses with the keyboard. To get that passionate romance alive I have to feed my self with reality. Living in the bubble doesn’t work anymore. The romance of writing doesn’t have to pursue isolation, no way! Somebody said that, and I believe is not true. To me is about learning to give to every area it’s just attention. Otherwise the boat would sink.

At times all I want to do is a massage to my back. But, I love to write even if I have to get a replacement. May be if My Dear (lest call him Dr.H) would soon come to the rescue this would be a different story. Poor boy, if one day would assume that we are meant to be together (I guess), all He has to do is hear me speaking, that’s no fear? or the revenue to love? I don’t know. When I find out, soon I would write about it. I guess is a 20/20. He is searching, searching, searching, not listening, and searching. I guess I have to wait, wrinkles do not appreciate it. But in the mist of my longing for it I assume is my extravagant gift of love to Him. If He wants me to wait until He discovers America….who cares! I love U. Silly you.

If one can write all that is under the skin?

I do not know. May be is just this hunger to feed those who love to read, to discover, to engage, to pursue what others found first. Finding something first than others it just makes us responsable on feeding those in the “search”. Perfect expression? grammar? citizenship? hahahahaha. If Noah got the chance to ask for a Passport back there, trust me that WE would never know the beauty of what survive. And I love Elephants without passports, and I ‘m learning to be patient with people, even with my peers, really. Any kind of alienation that squeeze the veins on your neighbors? Just call it LIKE THIS:


 What’s there under your skin then? Are you in the search? Have you found? Can you share? Tell me. If you dare….

 The Image represents The Laminin wich is a glicoprotein located in the celular base.


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  1. Dear peelingtheorange:

    My name is Leora Trub and I am a student in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). I am conducting a study of the reasons that people blog and what benefits it brings, which at this point are still largely unexplored in research studies. I am therefore reaching out to you as a blogger who can help deepen our understanding of this phenomenon. I believe that your voice is an important one to be heard and hope you will enjoy participating in the study. I have developed an online questionnaire that asks about specific aspects of blogging as well as asking about feelings about yourself and others. The survey is a mix of numerical scales and opportunities to reflect in an open-ended format about the role of blogging in your life, and how it has changed over time.

    You are eligible to participate if you are at least 21 years of age and have been maintaining an English-language personal blog for at least six months that you update or visit at least twice a week (on average). Your participation involves completing a confidential online questionnaire. The data will be downloaded onto a secure server to which only I have access. No identifying information, such as your names or address, will be collected, and you will be given the opportunity to be identified by a code name in research reports and to have your blog description changed slightly so it cannot be identified if you wish.

    The survey takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and participation is completely voluntary. Three participants who complete the survey will be randomly selected by a lottery to receive a $75 cash prize.

    There are no foreseeable risks to participation in the study. Although some of the questions are personal in nature, participation in the study provides an opportunity to think about the role that your blog plays in your life.

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    The study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of the Graduate School of the City University of New York and meets of their guidelines as well as all state and federal guidelines for research with human participants. If you have any concerns about the project at any time , you can contact Ms. Kay Powell, Institutional Review Board at the Graduate School of the City University of New York (212) 817-7525 or

    In order to participate in this study, I need to send you an invitation through survey monkey. If you are interested, please send an email to from the email address to which you would like the invitation sent. I hope that you will decide to participate and also that you will share it with others if you decide you would like to. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.


    Leora Trub, M.A.
    Doctoral student in Clinical Psychology
    Graduate School of the City University of New York
    365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016-4309


    March 13, 2010 at 8:49 pm

  2. This Post is so awesome! God looks better to me when I let Him help me do it. Phew!!!!!!


    May 31, 2010 at 6:34 pm

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