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When I was only ten, I learned how to type on a manual typewriter. A-S-D-F...J-K-L-;...since then, I’ve written over 2,000 blogs and enjoy sharing my words with others. 

As a writer, you see the world around you as a story waiting to be told. Every experience acts as an actor for this beautiful story we’re fortunate enough to call “life.” I hope you appreciate my writing as much as I’ve had, living the story. 

Dear Society

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Note From Aaron: This will be the last 'personal' blog I write publicly, and will be temporarily shutting down AaronPlaat.com to launch a new redesign, with content more 'article' style than personal entry. I've spent nearly 15 years blogging about my personal experiences, and feel as if it's time to 'graduate'.

26 May/Posted by aaronplaat

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There continue to be a number of items in my life that have had their perspective changed. Some of the more constant items have been in the topics of grace, forgiveness, and showing love to others. My understanding of what it means to forgive and love others is much different.

19 May/Posted by aaronplaat

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"I don't know" The above line has saved - and ended - the lives of many people. The points in my life that have been the most strenuous, peaked in summits of "I don't know...." about the particular topic/situation at the moment. Many fear the unknown. After all, it's the.

12 May/Posted by aaronplaat

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Middle-child. That uncle. Prodigal son. Free-spirit. There's a semi-connected trend I've seen among people. Life continues to depend the depth and perspective I have as I stumble through it. This period of life isn't exactly one I feel proud for having. That's honest transparency. Even the blur and haze I've.

11 May/Posted by aaronplaat

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Their lives often follow a pattern of defeat, recognition, redemption. They have moments of pain and suffering. But they turn those moments into occasions of radical self-understanding — by keeping a journal or making art. As Paul Tillich put it, suffering introduces you to yourself and reminds you that you.

7 May/Posted by aaronplaat

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