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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Between Death and Life, They’ve Chosen Life.

The only way of awakening to a sense of purpose is through connecting with the struggles and successes of other people. We can only be human through each other. I watched this documentary called Beyond Belief. It’s about two women … Continue reading

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I can already f…

I can already feel myself falling away from this blog, these goals, this world of self-expression through the stretching signals pouring out from this device into the sky, to satellites, back to tall towers, wires, devices devices. I myself am dispersing … Continue reading

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small things.

I ate a slice of mudslide cake and some home fries for dinner. Neither were very satisfying, though the cake was the better of the two. The purity of fresh fruits and vegetables is rarely beaten.  More pondering on the … Continue reading

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