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Sugar reader jke posted this note and video gem on our Mood Gallery, and I wanted to share it with you here. Some readers might find the video depressing or sad, so be forewarned. I stumbled on the POSTSECRET website some time ago, and I find it moving, not depressing. I suspect it's healing for people to safely unburden themselves of their secrets, and it can also be comforting to discover you've been carrying a secret or a feeling shared by many, many others.

Many thanks to jke for sharing this at Mood Gallery. I'm grateful. If you'd like to join the Gallery, click here for instructions.

Warmly,
DearSugar



This is a video collage of secrets from http://www.postsecret.com
It was exactly what I needed to see right now. Hope you enjoy it.

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gossipqueen gossipqueen 8 years
BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Who sings that???
lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
why thank you :)
DearSugar DearSugar 8 years
lickety . . . what a perfectly & brilliantly compassionate way to respond. VERY memorable. and moving.
Robyn-Tang Robyn-Tang 8 years
I absolutely love PostSecret. It's a wonderful concept and website (I don't have the book but I'm sure it's great too). It makes me feel more connected to others.
lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
i prefer this type of honesty. when i ask someone how they are i REALLY want to know. if i didn't i wouldn't have asked. i remember once asking a woman who's daughter had died the week beofre how she was doing and she said "i'm fine". it was so fake and so absurd that she felt she had to say that. i said "yeah, i've been fine like that too. i'm sorry." and then she and i both cried. i didn't know her very well at the time but i sure got to know her after that.
GiggleSugar GiggleSugar 8 years
I love this book and this website, and now, this video. I used to think it was post-secret, as in, we're no longer living in a world of secrets, we're living in a post-secret world. This goes to show that everyone has secrets simmering under the surface they want to share, if only anonymously. Very interesting...thanks for posting, Dear!
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