100-Day Creator Challenge #13: Hurt
Who hurt you?
Who hurt you?
We’ve all been hurt in our lives. Some more than others. In different ways from each other. But we still carry these scars. Sometimes we can look at these scars with love, sometimes with pain.
But sometimes, the hurt is still a silently festering wound that we didn’t (get to) take care of.
We may still be resentful toward the person or people that hurt us, even if they don’t exist anymore or are completely different people now. Still, we feel hurt.
This (subconscious) projection of someone hurting us can be a big block in our lives. So exploring what this looks like is the first step in healing that hurt. So for today, ask yourself, who hurt you?
Onto our posts!
Day 17 | João Mateus | 12/18/2022
A (second) small ode to music
Day 18 | João Mateus | 12/18/2022
For those of you who don't read my emails
Problem with writing | Anton | 12/18/2022
One negative side effect of writing
Get Off the Self-Improvement Treadmill with a Bao Yang (保養) Mindset | Christin Chong, PhD: Buddhist Chaplain-In-Training | 12/19/2022
When Gravity Begins; A Contemplation on Anagnorisis | Christina Fedor | 12/19/2022
100 Days of Consciousness
The joy of edible gardening (Mundane Monday) | Laila Faisal | 12/19/2022
Dreaming | Afshan | 12/19/2022
as an adult
PIE Writing | Chris Wong | 12/19/2022
David Perell developed the concept of POP writing - Personal, Observational, Playful. The framework is a great way to make writing more engaging.
Personal elements guarantee that there are story elements and naturally bring the reader to the point of view of the writer.
Observational brings in details from
Minimum Viable Work-Family Balance | Made in Cosmos ✨ | 12/19/2022
How do you work when you know this is your last chance to focus on anything today, and that you have between 1 and 60 minutes left? Luckily, today nobody expects me to do anything more than writing this post. But there were days when I had important and urgent stuff to figure out, and very little time or brainpower to even think about it.
meeting the bellcat | Yuelian Hong | 12/19/2022
this morning, as i gradually emerged from layers of sleep, i caught a glimpse of my first ever Bellcat. suspended in sparkling crystal-blue water, the Bellcat had the sleek, cartoony face of a black cat with large, slowly blinking eyes and pointy ears which shifted every few milliseconds towards some sound which i could not hear. its slender neck tapered into the sinuous body of an eel, mostly black but flecked with bits of brown and red and pockmark scars which glittered in the underwater light. its tail flitted about ever so slightly in the slow-moving mass of water which surrounded it, as if the twitching movement were keeping it fixed in one place. i stared at the Bellcat as i continued my ascent towards wakefulness, unsure of what i was looking at while somehow intuitively knowing its name, and it simply stared back at me, blinking and expressionless all the while.
Day 19 | João Mateus | 12/19/2022
This isn't right...
Modern Golden Age Podcast #17 - Jibran el Bazi | João Mateus | 12/19/2022
On marriage, creativity and symbols,
The missing piece in the weight loss puzzle | Vishal | 12/19/2022
In my childhood, I did not have self-awareness about emotions of fear, shame, and guilt. I just remember feeling bad and unworthy of love. They fed into the cycle of loneliness, isolation, and social anxiety. This perpetual cycle manifested in the form of emotional eating to numb the emotions.
Breakthrough | Julie Mosow | 12/19/2022
Sadly, there are no shortcuts
Godflix | Jibran el Bazi | 12/19/2022
Playing together is more fun | 100 Days of Wonder #13
Types of people: starters and finishers | qing | 12/20/2022
Tentatively part 1 of a series of short posts on "types of people and how to spot them"
013. Storytelling as archaeology | Kevin Zhai | 12/20/2022
Lowering the bar for creativity
A year of Snail’s House | gome | 12/20/2022
I explored a way of enjoying music that had been underdeveloped up to this point.
San Francisco: Day 0 | Lowell Dennings | 12/20/2022
Last night, I had the idea of taking pictures and selfies throughout the day and then posting them on Instagram. I like good instagram accounts and I think it'll be nice to have one.
This morning, I pinged my friend who wanted to get up at 6:10am…
Thank you, everyone!
PS. Maybe today’s question/prompt can bring up a few shitty feelings, so feel free to ask it yourself on a different day. 💜