whatever inspired you ...i'll be adding mine peu a peu...for now though:
"to all pimps and just like mes; merry syphillus and happy gonorrhea"
graham greene; the end of the affair
"Since each story presents its own technical problems, obviously one
We all know the story. We have seen the movies. Maybe even read the book. The legend of Troy. Is it myth? Is it truth? We don't know. What we do know is that it's about two kingdoms going to war because the prince of Troy decided that he wanted the wife o
I read this book in elementary school and Mrs. Watson reminded me of my mother. In the book Mrs. Watson bundled up her kids in lots of winter clothes because she’s afraid the cold weather will make them sick. She makes them wear several shirts, sweaters,
I think I’ve needed Osho my whole life.
I’m currently reading “Love, Freedom, and Aloneness,” and I love it. I’ve also watched some YouTube videos of him speaking. He’s very deliberate in everything he says.
As a Libra ascendant (and so venus domin
Has anyone here read any Dostoyevsky or have any thoughts on him? I think I've heard that some people have to read Crime and Punishment in school, but I never did so I was able to enjoy it freely without being forced to read it
I find Russia and especial
My current college doesn't offer any classes in that sort so I'm looking for an alternative.
Everyone knows of Rosetta Stone but I'm trying to avoid using the computer since I'm on it about 24/7 of the time already. Has anyone used that and has it worked