Being Natural

A brief interruption of my current, “serious” blog-series to get a little more… human. Natural.

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It is very simple. And you’ll never understand if you don’t get out and swim in the marrow of life.

There was a boy
A very strange, enchanted boy
They say he wandered very far
Very far, over land and sea
A little shy and sad of eye
But very wise was he

And then one day,
A magic day he passed my way
While we spoke of many things
Fools and Kings
This he said to me

The greatest thing you’ll ever learn
Is just to love and be loved in return. — Eden Ahbez

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Live Well — Laugh Often — Love Much — Learn Always

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The New Professor’s Blog

I am notifiying all of my Alternative Lifestyles fans/Followers that I have migrated all of my BDSM and Open-lifestyle, Polyamory, Memoirs of A Darker Professor, and Memoirs of Consentual Non-monogamy posts — everything that is not related to the mainstream vanilla-lifestyle — over to my new Private blog:

The Professor’s Lifestyles Memoirs:  Experiencing & Exploring the Rabbit-holes of Eros, Swinging, Polyamory, and BDSM-Kink

 

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For those of you interested in these subjects and participating in their discussions, as well as the next post in the Payments series and all future Alternative Lifestyle posts, just click on the link above and make your request there if I haven’t already sent you an invite. Hope to find all of you over there!

Live Well — Love More — Laugh Often — Lust Always

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For further reading on the lifestyles:

A Loving Introduction to BDSMfrom Michael Castleman M.A., of Psychology Today
25 Sex Fantasies Women Have that are Totally Normal (and Hot)by Kate Sloan of Glamour.com

Courage Fulfills: The Many Rewards of Mindful Exploration

As part of the Alternative Lifestyles blog-posts migration over to the new blog The Professor’s Lifestyles Memoirs, this post has been moved there. To read this post please click the link to the blog.

Your patience is appreciated. Thank you!