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Memoirs of Lethe: A Fluctuative Awakening

Posted on 18. Apr, 2015 by in Columns, Culture

Contrary to what people might think, our universe is empty. Not empty in the literal sense, but the tremendous length of distance between any two neighboring objects, leaves room for the word “empty”. “Peculiar” might be another word to describe it, especially when you wake up to find yourself floating through its darkness, or un-lightness. […]

Alice in Cancerland

Posted on 26. Feb, 2015 by in Opinion

A man in his sixties, contemplating his life choices, witnesses his life’s work grow into a majestic sprout; children, wife, and financial stability. The man craves more. “Ten more years” he says, “Maybe I will go to Paris, or Rome, or even finish that book I intended to write.” He goes around doing his business, […]