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An oath to death

…because knowing the end is the surefire way to move forward right. I AM reading right now. As a matter of fact, I am also writing. Writing is thinking. Writing is rewriting. I accredit that thought to its pioneers –  Ernest Hemingway, Paul Abbott, and William Goldman. In the history of the world there is […]

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Romance is overrated, real connection is overlooked.

…because knowing the end is the surefire way to move forward right. I AM romancing.   Love is contagious. You can create it in all sorts of situations, even in everyday life. You don’t even have to consciously be aware that you’re creating a sense of belonging, even among strangers, you just see more similarities than […]

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What I learned about memory today…

…because knowing the end is the surefire way to move forward right.   I AM learning. Today, I learned quite a bit on the psychology behind memory. There are three kinds of memories: Sensory memory, short-term/working memory, and long-term memory, which is limitless. After spending some time introspecting, i.e. lying on my bed and stare at […]

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Baby Talk

“Good writers know how to do two very different things equally well – write like a writer and think like one.” – Anne Bernays
The baby girl was sitting quietly at the corner with her crayons and blank papers. Unlike other talented babies around her, she can neither draw nor color. She can only illustrate with her language using words.
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