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Cinderella: An Absurd Fairytale

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful little girl called Ella. Her father died when she was very young, leaving her in the care of his second wife and two step daughters. 740 more words

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Friday Favorites! (April 17th Edition)

TGIF!

I had a pretty excellent week. Professional and creative writing time was very productive. The weather was gorgeous. My runner’s tan is slowly but surely coming along. 1,242 more words

White Privilege

I did a project form my Herbalism presentation on the Great Eastern Sun and made a poster linking it to the roots of Ayurveda as explained in an amazing book called… 306 more words

My Father In My Head

David Mor created a landmark in my head with this Jerusalem photo “Wrestling With Gravity”: for me a symbol = meaning my father who was a baker all his life like a Sisyphus! 62 more words

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Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell

Sufjan Stevens is a hard chap to pin down. Since the beloved grandeur of his Illinois record, everybody’s favourite Christian indie-folk singer-songwriter has released two lengthy Christmas collections, a multimedia project based upon the Brooklyn-Queens-Expressway and dropped a hip hop album with his surprisingly cohesive band… 369 more words

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REVIEW: Sufjan Stevens - 'Carrie & Lowell'

Sufjan Stevens is a hard chap to pin down. Since the beloved grandeur of his Illinois record, everybody’s favourite Christian indie-folk singer-songwriter has released two lengthy Christmas collections, a multimedia project based upon the Brooklyn-Queens-Expressway and dropped a hip hop album with his surprisingly cohesive band… 361 more words

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Thoughts on Sisyphus and Richard Gere in "Chicago."

I haven’t yet read Albert Camus’ The Myth of Sisyphus, but I’m familiar with the essay’s thesis, and the last line has always stuck with me. 258 more words

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