Monthly Archives: May 2012

Nabokov Speaks True

“Here I became aware of the world’s tenderness, the profound beneficence of all that surrounded me, the blissful bond between me and all of creation, and I realized that the joy I sought in you was not only secreted within … Continue reading

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A Rant on Awakening.

It’s such a challenge, to see the value in each day, it’s so easy to get distracted by absolutely anything- and the mind seeks distraction. At least my mind does. One part of my brain wants to stay the way … Continue reading

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Andre The Giant

Andre is one of the new dogs I walk each day. He’s a Great Pyranese, which are originally from Spain, and used as guard and herding dogs. He’s huge, pure white, with a long, fluffy, fluffy, fluffy coat. A delightful … Continue reading

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Call Me Kuchu

“[We want] to launch a vigorous crusade against all forms of homosexuality.” Monday evening, I hung out with a friend, who told me about a documentary he’d been recently called Call Me Kuchu. It’s about the struggle for gay rights … Continue reading

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Shorter Sentences.

I feel off kilt. Out of focus. Blurry. My goals, immediate and long term, my dreams for the future, my desire to wake up before 10am, all seem just a touch out of my grasp. I have a slight head-ache. … Continue reading

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Admittance.

Okay, yesterday’s blog was a cop-out. So is today’s. Sometimes the weekends are as such. Here’s to a more fruitful blog week, this week.

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For Your Consideration.

  Think about this. If you say “yes” – is it something you’d do again? Do you want to do it everyday? Is it already daily? Is it best saved for rarer occasions? Why was it meaningful? If “no”, why not? … Continue reading

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