Monthly Archives: August 2011

The book that “Never Let Me Go”

What would be the difference should we know we will live till 30 or 80? I’ve read “Never Let Me Know” by Kazuo Ishiguro during my obsessive goal to read Times list of 100 best novels. Recently, I watched the … Continue reading

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Simple Pleasures

Simple Pleasures = anything or activity that can be acquired or performed easily to conjure a sense of euphoria. It is sometimes linked exponentially to a person’s wealth or want of. When I asked people what are their simple pleasures, … Continue reading

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To dream or not to dream

They say hope is what makes progress. To have hope is to be able to dream. I’m not sure how it would work the other way to dream and not have hope. I think this equation is a one way … Continue reading

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To be or not to be

To be or not to be, that is the question. Shouldn’t that be the first question I should have asked at the beginning of this section of the blog? You may ask. It is not a question to be asked … Continue reading

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