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The Illusion Of Imprisonment

We are only as imprisoned as we allow ourselves to be. Most of the walls and cages in our life only exist within the confines of our mind. They come in all shapes and sizes. “Ugly/Fat/Colored/Mentally ill/Disabled/etc… people can’t do things … Continue reading

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Apple…

Isn’t it so, that apples have always been the cause of trouble? From the Original Sin to Newton’s revelation, from Eris’ golden apple to Snow white’s poisoned one… Apples, how they fascinate me… 

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Riemann’s Musings on Life II

I told you I have good imagination. When I tell a story, I can feel it. My stories are as vivid to me as my memories. More vivid even. My world of dreams feels more real to me than reality. … Continue reading

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