Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner: 2020: Week #45

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Written for Roger Shipp’s Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner.

 

I am going to ace this class. I have done all the reading they asked. I read until I could hardly stay awake. I have listened to the audio tapes over and over again. I can answer any question they throw at me.

This is my final class for my master’s degree. Who would have thought a psych major would need to learn about world religions. It’s the opposite context of every other class I have taken. My brain is trying hard to keep this new information in it’s own box so it doesn’t intermingle with my prior beliefs.

After I take my orals, I should have time to do some reading for pleasure. I have a host of books that are waiting for me. I wonder which I shall read first. Do I go for self-help, light fiction, a comic autobiography, or something more meaningful?

I think I am leaning toward Kabbalah for Beginners.

6 thoughts on “Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner: 2020: Week #45

  1. Masters? Marvelous! Congratulations (by now, I suppose). Pardon the intrusion, I read back on posts where the autoir has grabbed me for one reason or another. My keyboard has gone again dyslexic, so I’m done. But hadda let you know, good read.

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