Thursday, 12 January 2017 14:11 , by
Has there ever been anything as dichotomous as science? Has anything else ever been able to simultaneously fill us with so much dread and so much elation?
Truly today science is our hero. It has found the cure for some terrible disease. But tomorrow it will find a source of energy so vast that it c...
Thursday, 19 January 2017 23:01 , by
(This may include tiny spoilers, you have already been warned)
The book I love the most is "Eleanor and Park" by Rainbow Rowell. The reason why I love it is not only because of the amazing way it has been written in but also because of what happened after I finished reading it.
It's weird how the ...
Tuesday, 17 January 2017 23:26 , by
This book has been eye opening for me. It is a history of mankind’s cultural evolution from a group of foragers who existed along side many other species of humans through today’s high speed society driven by consumer and humanist ethics. It sheds a little light on a past that few of us really l...
Wednesday, 18 January 2017 23:18 , by
I want you all to know that not every extrovert is too extroverted that they are able to befriend other extroverts. Usually at a time like this many introverted-extroverts are happy that you exist, you are truly our rescuers.
Us extroverts sometimes ponder over this Delima of our...
Friday, 13 January 2017 00:33 , by
What would life be without dread, without horror?
It is when we are afraid that we are most aware of our mortality. When gripped by terror is when we feel most alive. A healthy fear is what has kept the species safe and allowed the human race to thrive. And who embodies true fear and dread and horr...
Tuesday, 17 January 2017 02:28 , by
When I wake up every morning, one of the first things I do is listen to some good music. And, when I say good music...I mean, good music. The kind of music that makes you want to get out of bed and jump start your day, even if it's -2 degrees outside.
Music has become a positive outlet for me to ...
Monday, 16 January 2017 20:37 , by
There's something about winter that simultaneously goes hand-in-hand with candles. I do not know whether cold weather makes people crave fire, or whether the earliest inhabitants of this Earth decided that winter was the official kick-off of the "candle season."
Let's just say this season is just a...
Monday, 16 January 2017 00:12 , by
You have taught me to become patient. You have taught me to become mindful of my actions and to respond, not react.
Even now as i type, you evoke calmness with every in breath, and love on the outbreath.
You have taught me to sit quietly, and to let the storm pass, that everyday can be a new day, ...
Thursday, 19 January 2017 12:00 , by
Lentils soup fattah…
Without you this winter would have been so hard to pass.
I love you so much since i was a kid and here I see today my little kids Lara & Ahmed love you as well.
My mother tells me they love it with lemon just like me. It is a very healthy meal and full of calcium and ma...
Friday, 21 October 2016 18:50 , by
Take the ring ( not wedding ) put it in a glass or ceramic bowl with water and saying out loud or whisper from memory to breath touched the water!
"Here is the end and beginnings, there is no end and no beginning. Ring - a ring, you are beginningless and endless, so my infinite good fortune and wea...