There is a magic in friendship

My sister is all of eighteen years old. Yet she understands friendship better than most adults I know. I call her a simple child. She has few friends, few passions, and limited understandings. She likes jokes and working out in the evenings, and she likes to watch Modern Family and […]

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Own Shoulder

It seems as if everyone in life needs a consistent, extensive support system, a place they can go back to, a place they can draw unlimited support from, a point where they can open up the troubles of their mind to and find an answer, not to the particular set […]

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Meaninglessness and Meaningfulness

 It is hard to imagine what the individual sum of actions in your life add up to. You might be able to point out to certain actions that changed a situation for another, but in the overall scheme of things, it’s hard to see any meaning in that change. We […]

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The Train’s Direction

It is a sunny day In three minutes you would turn my way Over the station’s din I hear you say “Is this seat taken?” I thought you were rude but was mistaken For your lips curved and your nostrils flared Your brows demanded as your eyes stared But you […]

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To Edinburgh, With Love

“Today my heart is split into two,” said a friend of mine in his leaving Edinburgh speech, “one part is looking forward to going back home and seeing my friends and family. And the other part lies here, in Edinburgh.” I knew these words would be as true for me […]

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La La Land and the Last Smile

So much had already been said and written about Lala Land that I couldn’t find anything new to add to the conversation, although I saw the movie pretty early on. While I didn’t warm up to the movie for the first few minutes, I started liking it as it progressed. […]

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Don’t Forget To Enjoy The Walk

The leaves in the meadows are now yellow and brown. They crinkle at the slightest touch, and are gathered around the elm trees that perimeter the grass, which covers the ground like rich, green velvet, cut through only by dark grey, concrete pathways. We walk on the pathways because the […]

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Money Can’t Make You Work

Marlo Stanfield, an unbelievably young drug kingpin in the city of Baltimore, is caught in a multi-million dollar drug bust. Behind the drugs lies a trail of murders and black money, pinning him responsible for all these crimes, something that can ensure that he stays in jail till the day […]

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