Tag Archives: future

The Ten years challenge

I can easily just post a picture of myself in 2009, and another one from today, but why is that a challenge? “I challenge you to show a picture of you ten years ago!” I honestly don’t recall having any real embarrassing pictures of myself ten years ago, but I could find myself in a […]

Christmas 2015

It has been years, and nothing has changed. Nothing is new to brag about it. And nothing is significant to fulfill that hole I have been carrying for years. I carry many holes, my soul is hollow and I have no plans or milestones to fill them with. I waste my time looking for materials, I’m […]

Last day of the year

It’s suddenly the end the last day of the fourteenth year of this new millennium. The beginning of the millennium was only yesterday and still these fourteen years have passed quickly. I was a child back then and now a woman I am. Was innocent and now experienced with dark magic. A sinner I become […]

If You Haven’t Worked a Day in Your Life, You Probably Don’t Love Anything

Originally posted on The Indisputable Dirt:
You’ve heard it before, the beloved aphorism from the ever-intriguing Confucius; “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” I’ve also heard it attributed to Albert Einstein, but the internet tells me that Confucius coined it, so we’ll go with…

Easter – like all holidays

Yes, I do celebrate Easter. For some people this might sounds shocking for the fact that I’m Agnostic-Atheist, and it would sound like a hypocrisy to celebrate a holiday that I don’t personally have no beliefs for it. I’m skeptic, not at all gnostic – I can’t tell what’s going on. I personally don’t go […]

The Middle East has become what Orwell predicts in Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984), while the west is what Huxley predicts in Brave New World.