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The brave things in the old tales and songs, Mr. Frodo: adventures, as I used to call them. I used to think that they were things the wonderful folk of the stories went out and looked for, because they wanted them, because they were exciting and life was a bit dull, a kind of a sport, as you might say.

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Naked Mind & Laundry

Early Saturday morning. A cup of hot Chai tea. Cool summer wind. Grey sky. Softly swaying wildflowers. And a lonely bird. I soak in everything. A holistic engagement with life. 69 more words



To do as you say, is difficult.
To do as you think, is nigh on impossible.


Quite early one fine morning, when the air was still cool, but the sky gave promise of a golden day, the boy Errand, along with his family, left an inn lying in one of the quieter districts of the bustling port city of Camaar on the south coast of the kingdom of Sendaria.

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Extroverts are easier to connect with..visibly more successful and easier to befriend. Simple. So every introvert is expected to break out of his shell and learn some extroverted skills. 410 more words


A Rumination on Papa and Last Things

On Tuesday (Aug. 26th, 2014), my family and myself laid our patriarch’s body to rest. I thought that since I have written quite a bit on the subject of his death and my processing of it ( 596 more words


Very Punny

So I have a soft spot for bad puns. It’s probably why I get along with seven year olds. I’m talking really bad, like why did the golfers wear two pairs of pants? 397 more words