The first time that I read about the feminine rituals associated with kundalini or the snake traveling up the spiral of chakras to samadi, I was working at my first job in Social Work in Denver. I worked a few months with dual diagnosis developmentally and emotionally disturbed adults in a group home. My favorite who came to be known as "The Cowboy" had a story for every single conversation. He must have been a born storyteller because he could keep a plot going......and going. I was quite green but I began my career loving the story and have never once changed that
I became an entrepreneur in the way most small business owners do, by hard work and practice and grit! I loved the author Ayn Rand especially for her portrayal of the
tycoon and business magnate. The way in which the character from Hell's kitchen was able to bring himself from nothing to a very rich and prosperous industrialist was fantastic form, from the view of a a writing conneursior to a project director to fashion retailer, the goods are great!
It was also so amazing that the heroine felt that everyone could do and do on their own, thing; that we aren't babysitters of each other, we are from a proud tradition of rugged individualism, not this bullying, victimhood!
Some love to passive-aggressive......