Sprinkled Sentiments #16

400. I have to admit it somewhere, so it might as well be here. I read a major chunk of Refusing Heaven and I didn't understand a major chunk of it. What I know from this experience is that I still have learning to do. And that makes me happy. For isn't it wonderful to... Continue Reading →

Ivy and Gold

For the last four days, I've been watching the late afternoon with more attention than usual. The evening sunshine gingerly lights up the thick green creepers on the hill behind my workplace. I watch the silver fern as the wind blows and go down for a walk to feel the evening sun on my skin.... Continue Reading →

Sprinkled Sentiments #15

375. "Baraduc claimed to be able to photograph emotions ... He sought out emotionally agitated people, then held light-proof paper a few inches from their heads. He found that the same emotion would make the same kind of impression upon the photographic plate, but different emotions produced different images. Anger looked like fireworks. Love was... Continue Reading →

Sprinkled Sentiments #14

If you have been reading this blog for a long time and you don't know what this is, well...umm...ahem! If you've newly stumbled here, this is my random list of 25 things that I write whenever I feel like it. 350. On my way back home, a recurring thought propped up in my mind -... Continue Reading →

Five Songs on my Playlist

Not intended to add to the overflowing lists on the Internet, but well, this is a list. The thing about reading and music, as I have realised recently, is that re-discovering them is a whole new kind of elation. Which goes to say, I am elated. So, here's my (short) list of songs that I... Continue Reading →

Sprinkled Sentiments # 12

It's been 6 months since my last Sprinkled Sentiments post and, therefore, this is a good time to write another one. Although, I must add that I just read the last post and it seemed like I had a pretty interesting life back then. Anyhow, here we go. 300. I am addicted to the show... Continue Reading →

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