Exclusion (Brief Thoughts)

I abhor the way adulthood translates into an exclusion of sorts; the divisions it creates, even more lucidly than in childhood – separations along economic status, job title, gender, religion, and sexuality. We all merely exist in a small bubble, desperately terrified to break through conformity.
Friends and associates are becoming their mothers and fathers; determined to see the world only as it appears before their eyes. We have lost a way of seeing – the language of the possible that children speak…

Emelda De Coteau
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Emelda De Coteau

Mother, wife, sister, friend, writer / blogger / creative organizer, budding photographer... These are just a few of the many hats I juggle each day. I believe creativity is oxygen for the soul. I created Live In Color blog to celebrate the beauty in every moment, from faith to inspiration and motherhood.And it is soon becoming Pray with Our Feet blog which will focus on the intersection of faith and activism. Follow the inspiration on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/praywithourfeetblog/
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One Reply to “Exclusion (Brief Thoughts)”

  1. I like this post and can especially relate your thoughts on everyone being scared into conforming. Why does adulthood mean playing it safe and not embarking on new adventures? I feel like I'm just now starting my adventures, but I don't want this fun-seeking time of life to be a brief phase. I want to always be trying something new, going somewhere I've never been. It's easy to get roped into playing it safe, but that doesn't sound like a good way to better oneself.Cassie

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