I just finished reading Paulo Coelho’s “The Zahir” a little more an hour ago.
The first few minutes after I read the last word on the last page, I found myself confused. 492 more words
1 month ago
Chronicles of Fabb the Skittle
“Marie, let’s suppose that two firemen go into a forest to put out a small fire. Afterwards, when they emerge and go over to a stream, the face of one is all smeared with black, while the other man’s face is completely clean.
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She looked for a figure all around
To erase the shadows and all her wounds.
She found only few admirers
Infected by ‘cheap beauty’ viruses. 111 more words
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Life and Love of an YNA
“That is why it is so important to let certain things go. To release them. To cut loose. People need to understand that no one is playing with marked cards; sometimes we win and sometimes we lose.
She started her journey years ago
While she was a child ready to grow.
Feeling one, unique and lost
She needed to take all the costs. 235 more words
Kelsey J. Mills
As a survivor and a mentally ill person, I’m always keen to undertones of mental health and recovery narratives in popular fiction.
I’ve noticed quite a few in the Avatar series. 664 more words
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The Arab astrologer Abû Ma’shar (787-886) describes the scientific methodology used in Astrology as follows:
“Most of the science of astrology is obvious, clear and in front of our eyes. 347 more words
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