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The Moment Collector

“At the end, one didn’t remember life as a whole but just as a string of  moments.”

David Levien

One time, a few years ago, I read somewhere that this famous ballerina, this amazing dancer who was a star, well, she got to the end of it all, all of the performing and everything, and she didn’t have anything left but a really beautiful necklace that she had made of stages and roles and encores.

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TFD: The bridal soul - Laughter

#Thought For The Day

Ever seen the nature in its element, so happy that the whole of it’s being rocks back and forth. The sea of leaves rising and falling in one gigantic Mexican wave to the music of the whistling winds rushing through the hollow bamboo  The waves in the ocean each edging the other, in a race to the shore as the rocks cheer ’em on in gurgling cacophony beating their breasts. 249 more words

Life And Living

Scientists Identify That Memories Can Be Lost And Found

A team of scientists believe they have shown that memories are more robust than we thought and have identified the process in the brain, which could help rescue lost memories or bury bad memories, and pave the way for new drugs and treatment for people with memory problems. 9 more words

Perfect Moments+New Poem

Perfect Moments

By: S.A. Quinn

Death will always be there.

Time disappears.

Perfection is the devil’s battle.

We weep for the right timing.

Memories go stale. 76 more words


To Infinity and Beyond

Yes, I know it’s August and it’s a little past the “graduation season” and I’m sorry to have to post this so late. But better late than never! 352 more words


Week 31: Superhero

I’m certainly going to have to think out of the box for this one.  “Superhero” is an interesting topic.  Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about the self-portrait assignment from last week.   790 more words

52 Week Challenge