This is our collective fear projection: that we... →
We are all (being chased by) zombies.
“There is no doubt in my mind that there will be a... →
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One day in the future, when life feels crazy and overwhelming and I still have 14 things left to do before I can even think about relaxing, I will look at this post and remember the the beginning of Winter Break 2010, when I spent two and half straight days wearing pajamas, wrapped in blankets, zoning on on the computers reading articles and watching endless YouTube videos, and staying up...
Tomorrow, I will read.
early october - speed of sound.
Andrew sat there playing the strings on his acoustic and I was hit by this energy that I have been in search for weeks, maybe even months. The sound was full of passion and emotion, and even if he may be playing around, it was an extension of him. Bryan sat there listening, not passively, but with skill and passion. He was in his zone, he knew what he was doing, and he was loving it. He was...
DC - a few days in Philadelphia - NYC - Bridgeport - Trumbull. I’m home, and all I want to do is read and write and learn and listen to music.
December 1 - In the air.
Greetings from 30,000 feet above somewhere in America, where, at night, it all looks like patches of oranges colored lights and lit highways. The world from the sky is much more beautiful during the day, obviously. If I ever become one of those people who flies all over the world for business or meetings or meeting friends, here’s what I need to remember for a most effective working-while-flying...
Wet feet due to rain, and other weather related...
It has been a bit of a routine this semester that I spend approximately nine and a half minutes walking down Massachusetts Avenue NW from campus to my apartment building at around 2:00 AM. Sometimes, I am accompanied by my girlfriend via my iPhone and we chat about what we’ve accomplished, or not accomplished, during the night and talk about our plans for the morning. Other times, the walk...