About Lyric Crossborn

Truth seeker, panentheist, libertarian, Linux enthusiast, Seahawks fan. Loves sushi, beautiful redheads, theology, philosophy, femslash, cooking, microbrews, and freedom (not necessarily in this order).

Values: Truth, liberty, understanding, logic, beauty, compassion, love, friendship, fidelity.

Still waiting for the dance...

Public Notes


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  • Lyric shared from Return to Crutcher Mountain (Cedar Hollow Series) by Melinda Clayton
    I remembered Therapist Number One telling me that depression is inherently narcissistic. I’d gotten angry at the time. I hated myself; how could I possibly be narcissistic? “Because,” she’d explained, “when you spend so much time wrapped up in your own misery, you don’t notice anyone else.”
    Note: Interesting
  • Lyric shared from The Color Purple (The Color Purple Collection) by Alice Walker
    Celie, tell the truth, have you ever found God in church? I never did. I just found a bunch of folks hoping for him to show. Any God I ever felt in church I brought in with me. And I think all the other folks did too. They come to church to share God, not find God.
    Note: Wisdom from "The Color Purple"
  • Lyric shared from The Color Purple (The Color Purple Collection) by Alice Walker
    a grown child is a dangerous thing,
    Note: But the world is full of them.
  • Lyric shared from Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson
    In the library I felt better, words you could trust and look at till you understood them, they couldn't change half way through a sentence like people, so it was easier to spot a lie.
    Note: ayep
  • Lyric shared from When Women Were Warriors Book III: A Hero's Tale by Catherine M. Wilson
    I believe that love was born within the human heart, and that the survival of love in the world, as well as its ultimate triumph, is entirely our responsibility.
    Note: so true