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At a reading at the Leipzig Book Fair, Ipicked up the following quote today. Falling in love is just like handing over to someone the power to seriously harm you, but only those who don’t abuse deserve it.
This is a rather satirical sequel of a highly recommended post by Urvashi Pramodhini Phagoo whose link address is given here [https://thelittlemermaid09.wordpress.com/2016/04/03/the-perks-of-dating-much-older-men/]. (Well aware not to cause neither a pingback nor a traceable link, I provide this link as text … Continue reading
The purpose of this little private assay is rationalizing. Expressing a problem verbally is rationalizing. Avoiding misunderstandings in cross cultural communication is strenuously and meticulously describing with words. It is rationalizing. By contrast, nonverbal communication often fails across cultures. (The … Continue reading
These are the Zodiac signs as they were exhibited at the Lantern Festival London 2016. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
The world is controlled by fear. It cannot be eradicated because wrong believes so deeply ingrained in human thought: Humans learn to believe that more power would relieve them from fear, but on the contrary. Humans learn to believe that … Continue reading
I got this hint from the Internet. She publishes beautiful pictures of Chiswick Gardens’ Lantern Festival on her facebook pages, so I decided when I can afford the time I city-hop to London to visit the place, but I turned … Continue reading
I never heard that someone has written about the inspiration exudated by an airport. On the contrary, I remember having listened once to an audio-book that claimed the contrary. Anyway, I always feel inspired. I went to a bookshop. The … Continue reading
Yes, you showily strutting past in your new blue dress attracts my attention. Also, you ostentatiously covering your body inspires my imagination. Though you taunting makes me fury, it hardly plants love. Instead, I fell for you when my cold … Continue reading
Every year at the beginning of May there is a day which men claim it’s their. Actually it is the Feast of the Ascension, an official Christian holiday in Germany. As Germany grew ever more atheistic, this day was increasingly … Continue reading