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Love, according to Aristotle.

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies. Do you believe in soul mates? I used to believe there is only one person in this world that was made for each one of us, and that we have to spend our lives finding that missing puzzle piece. But now, I think that a […]

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Imagine life without love, giving, and sacrifice

I think that none of us on this planet will enjoy a good life without understanding the true meaning of sacrifice. Not any one can continue breathing air, for goodness sakes, without experiencing loss, without fighting for what they value, without surrendering their all to faith and hope that there’s still goodness in this world. Not any one […]

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Immature love vs Mature love, according to Erich Fromm

Immature love says I love you because I need you.’ Mature love says ‘I need you because I love you’.” I don’t consider myself fully ripe yet, but that doesn’t equal to being immature (although more often than not my actions disagree with my conscience). Despite so, at its core I know that true love’s very nature […]

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A Hotel Transylvania & Life of Pi weekend

Just some musings from a flick-filled weekend… Hotel Transylvania None whatsoever substance or significance worth discussing. Not exactly funny, not exactly original, yet not exactly boring either. Good for filling your spare time. Life of Pi Put simply, the whole plot revolves around an aspiring novelist who approached an Indian immigrant in search for a […]

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The lure of money

“Would payment in the form of money sway you into doing something you wouldn’t normally do?” Oh God no. Hell no. I’ve been through this kind of situation many times before, but the lure of money still doesn’t work on me. The average number of sketches for a logo design project requires at least 100 […]

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