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Holi 2015

Holi, the Hindu festival celebrating the arrival of spring and the vanquishing of evil by good, dark by light, falls today this year

the festival is a riot of colour as family, friends, neighbours, and strangers douse one another with coloured powders and water… 24 more words


Ein Muster-Leben

Es gibt Menschen, die in ihrer schier grenzenlosen Reife und Selbstverantwortung doch allen Ernstes glauben, dass das, was ihnen so widerfährt, bloß Zufall sei, es mit ihnen rein gar nichts zu tun habe. 559 more words

Aphorismen Sententiae Sprachspiel

I Feel Alone, Isolated, Hurt, and Alive.. Never More Alive Than Now

Do you ever feel weightless?


Do you ever feel like you’re falling through space? Do you feel like you’re floating somewhere on the outside, worlds away from everyone else? 227 more words

Rants About Life

Thought for the Day

“To be blind is not miserable; not to be able to bear blindness, that is miserable.” 22 more words


Why Can't I?

Remember those times when

I would reach in for a simple glance

Of that innocent smile you once had?

Those countless times, I blindly fell… 218 more words


Review, Exclusive Excerpt and Giveaway: Ever The Same by BA Tortuga

Audie Barrack is in it up to his elbows with a sick calf when his son’s school calls. Seems Grainger has gotten into yet another fight. 1,118 more words


Bowling for Passengers

I’m in the process of making plans to visit my daughter in September, reminding me of the various reasons why I despise going to airports.  Since I’m now about 4 braincells away from comatose (as opposed to only 2), I’ll reblog this post from June 2013 to explain it. 634 more words