It’s been a while since I last allowed myself the luxury of drifting off to a world of post remembrances stored in notes. Off the face of this planet I rose with serenity, surrounded by numbers and knowledge as oppose to anxiety. I am eager to say “bye” to useless emotions and focus on the … Continue reading Music
For the longest time, we were under the impression that empathy can only bring pain, hinder, blur kindness and leave us with only apathy. Every day’s a proof that we err: moments of joy and laughter and philosophical epiphanies are heirs, a realization achievable because we tend to the needs of others; we know … Continue reading Empathy
It’s easy to get lost looking down the bridge, the water beckoning in mesmerizing murmurs. I traced lines that are not there, see my own awe stare back like a fool. No matter how hard I try the world only see my image in the water, not the arcs that shaped and bend me into … Continue reading Consciousness, the Stream of
Hey Guys, This is a sort of random-two-announcements-in-one: I’m sure some of you that read my posts notice some major change in subject and/or style. Obviously, it is reflective of a change in my life that has, all-in-all, provided me with a lot of opportunities to reconnect with myself, my friends and change my habits. … Continue reading Life and Blog Update!
I love the challenge that prose pose, the proud rose that pricks the fancy of writers, young and old; but, I propose that there’s so much to be reaped from the packets of wisdom that is poetry: the lines of vague, lyrical patterns, heaped. The simple sound and form, the clever meter or wordplay, all … Continue reading Poetry
The ancients were right in that opposites attract: contrasts define meaning and extremes. I felt every fiber, joint in my body lock against wind: contrasts between home and rain, extreme. ‘Tis a simple pleasure, a hearth in my heart that push against the contrast of reality and gratitude extremely. Everyday my teeth … Continue reading Warmth
When men walk up to me with a smug smile -- don’t get me wrong, some of them are charming -- and asked me for coffee or lunch or dinner, all the while trying to know me better. I like the idea of expanding friend circles, though accepting these offers seem to beguile and entertain … Continue reading A Contradiction: Forbidding Friendship