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Memories: Cruel or Compassionate?

Memories: Cruel or Compassionate?

Memories are worse than bullets. ~Carlos Ruiz Zafón A bullet pierces the chest wall, scrambles the heart before blowing through the back leaving a spreading sanguine pool. Its work is done. An instant of pain, maybe, followed by an eternity outside the clutches of time. Memories can be crueler. They have the power to blood […]

The Face Invisible to the Crowd

The Face Invisible to the Crowd

Rahel looked around her and saw that she was in a play. But she had only a small part. She was just the landscape. A flower perhaps. Or a tree. A face in the crowd. A townspeople. ~Arundhati Roy All the world is a stage and all of us are players in a never-ending play. […]

Soul Death, Brain Death, Heart Death

Soul Death, Brain Death, Heart Death

The moment of death is no longer to be considered as the moment the heart stops, but as the moment when cerebral function ceases. ~Maylis De Kerangal If we accept brain activity as the measure of life or death, we are governed by walking corpses. And that explains quite a bit about the dysfunction rampant in […]

Tasting Minds

Tasting Minds

The mind is a terrible thing to taste. ~Ministry I feast on minds, the minds of humans past and humans present, will continue into the future as the conceived ruminations escape from between fertile legs and are birthed into existence the very moment they spill blood and scratch with it the words scraped off their […]

Arrogance Begets Ignorance

Arrogance Begets Ignorance

It is difficult to expel ignorance if you sustain arrogance. ~Sam Wilson If we don’t know what we don’t know, how do we know what we think we know has not been invalidated by what we don’t know? Or, is the reality we perceive already obsoleted by facts existing outside our awareness? Believing Earth is […]

The Dandelion Held My Smile

The Dandelion Held My Smile

I have lost my smile but do not worry the dandelion has it. ~Thich Nhat Hanh There have been seasons when I lost my smile, when my heart permanently frowned, agony draining joy, leaching life from my soul. Those were bleak periods. Was the dandelion hold my smile?

Spring In The City

Spring In The City

“Change is hard at first. Messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.” ~Robin Sharma One year complete at my new job. Never imagined I would be so happy at my job based on the last two years there were the Siemens fiasco. I went from purgatory to heaven and was paid six months […]

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