Greetings fellow Steemians. Welcome to (or back to) my weekly curation project for philosophy and psychology themed content around them blockchain. Each post will be upvoted by the @msp-curation trail and one post will be featured and resteemed by the main @minnowsupport account. Please click through and support the featured authors as well if anything interests you.
First up is an awesome post from the one and only @uniwhisp. In this post she relates autumn and the changing of the seasons with sadness and letting go and making way for new things much more elegantly than I'm doing in this summary. If you haven't checked out Uniwhisp before, I suggest you give this post a read.
Using loosely related dream art I made since the post has a video in it.
In this post from @tamaralee, the author discusses an experience meeting some wild horses. I loved reading the thoughts and perspective and obvious respect the author has for other living beings and makes it relate to our own pursuit of freedom. It's pretty cool to that all of that just seems to bleed through the text to me. Check it out and see what you think.
More dream art because the post has videos not pictures.
This post from @valorforfreedom hits home with me. I read the post and it's very reminiscent of my own time spent working through my own path to self acceptance and mental health. It's a great read and I hope everyone will check it out and show the author some support.
Next is a post from @mediahousent in which the author expresses their thoughts on letting go of things that are holding us back in life. It's a pretty good motivational post with some good suggestions on things to work through.
My final pick this week comes from an oddly familiar voice, @bingethinking. I enjoyed the authors perspective on trying to make sense of things and perspective on the concept of coincidence. I tend to avoid trying to find the "sense" in everything and just have faith that it's there for whatever reason it needs to be, but I always love reading other perspectives on these things. Check it out and see what you think.
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