Identity, Memory, and Social Engagement in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

(Warning: In order to talk about ideas present within a work in a meaningful way, you more or less have to dig in to the overall plot of the work. 1,336 more words


Our Lives Are Valuable Too

Once again to Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles for a Jon Brion show on December 23, 2016 — the real “Last Show Before We Go” on the main stage before Largo closed during the holiday period. 1,509 more words

To the Twenty-Something Girl Who Thinks She’s Fucked up... (Published on Thought Catalog)

We know that you’re starting to see that life isn’t always what it seems. When you were younger, the world was black and white. The religious people were the good people; the atheists were the evil ones. 830 more words


People think that a procedure to forget or to manage pain in memory such as the one in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is science fiction, but in reality it isn’t.

I’ve been under medication for the past few months for depression and anxiety. The thing about depression is that you worry so much about the past, while in anxiety, you worry much about the future. 189 more words


Tag Challenge: Movies In 6 Words

Thank you to the lovely blogger and writer Write, Ally! Write!, who created this fun challenge and tagged me! (You can find her blog HERE… 167 more words

You said "so go" with such disdain.

X: Remember the first time we met?

Y: yeah… It was very awkward. You were very awkward!

X: I never thought you’ll come and talk to me, thats all. 465 more words


Don’t try to fix the broken.
Pour the water.
Pull the drapes.
What was whole may never be.

Don’t try to remember the forgotten.
Flinch at the images. 104 more words