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Brick Highlights The Click

I’ve just had yet another demonstration of what has so far proved to be the most recurring spiritual lesson of my life.  I guess what recurs is the reminders of The Truth principle and who knows, if I ever fully took the lesson to heart—learned it, I might be able to just demonstrate the principle and not need all the reminders. 1,654 more words


Tennessee Williams: “What’s talent but the ability to get away with something?” (from The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone)

Nifty Quotes

Isn't That Remarkable?

One of my favorite moments in all of literature is the scene in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman where Biff Loman finally breaks down and breaks through a lifetime of lies and delusions and makes his father, Willy Loman, understand that he loves him.  753 more words

General Essays

ADVENT PLAYLIST 2014 | 17. "city middle"

Welcome to the 1%J 2014 1%J ADVENT PLAYLIST, in which we attempt to reconcile the simultaneously occurring but often contradictory spirits of Advent season… 458 more words

Til I Die


I sketched 26 year old English actress Vanessa Noola Kirby – or ‘Noo’ as she is known (“no one ever calls me Vanessa,” she says)  in her role as the endearing Stella opposite… 139 more words


"Un tranvía llamado Deseo", una història atemporal

Al rei el que és del rei. I per molt poc que simpatitze amb Elia Kazan, cal reconèixer que Un tranvía llamado deseo (A Streetcar named Desire… 409 more words


The scene is memory and is therefore nonrealistic. Memory takes a lot of poetic license. It omits some details; others are exaggerated according to the emotional value of the articles it touches, for memory is seated predominantly in the heart.

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