I often like to imagine what it would be like to walk through those wooden doors, hearing two voices debating the uses of certain words, perhaps pronouns or verbs, or maybe not words at all. 1,066 more words
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Are you a good judge of other people’s happiness? Tell us about a time you were spot on despite external hints to the contrary (or, alternatively, about a time you were dead wrong). 538 more words
There ain’t no answer.
There ain’t never gonna be any answer.
There never was no answer.
There’s your answer.
There are simple things that appear full of light and air and colour, and weightlessness. 1,154 more words
“Always as one looks at them as one lives on in the daily living that gives to one the feeling that in all real being there is always on and on repeating that in all real being there is always on and on repeating that comes out more and more and more in everybody’s living,” (Stein, p. 676 more words
Overload Alert: “Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.” — Gertrude Stein
Too Much Info
Information comes to us in different ways: in the form of noise like the music we hear, the hustle and bustle of city streets, or the chirping of birds in the morning; in the things we see such as the shape of clouds, the green of a forest or the blue of the sky; as a smell or taste, and even the soft touch of a summer breeze.620 more words