If you please, draw me a sheep!

I’ve read the little prince three times in my life, once as a teenager and twice as an adult. In every read, I had a different interpretation and feelings. I felt sad when I first read it, peaceful the second time and sad the third time. What makes this story so unique is that it…

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I have a friend

She looks like an old prostitute, trashy and beautiful. If you look at her face, you can see all the lines that tell the endless stories of her suffering. She once was the centre of attention of all men, some have written books, poetry, and love letters to her. Others enslaved her, abused and raped…

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“Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!”

Said the white rabbit while looking at his watch right before disappearing into his rabbit hole. If there’s one thing that controls everything in this universe, it must be without any shadow of a doubt, time, the almighty time! We’re afraid of it. We want to enslave it to avoid being enslaved by it. Tick…Tock……

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A house of cards

It’s not a secret that I’ve been going through bad times the last few months; this is why I decided to start blogging in the first place. I worked on myself; I got some help. And I’m feeling much better about my life overall; the upside is that I am more aware of what’s happening…

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The privilege of being there for others

It’s a warm an fuzzy feeling, but most importantly a privilege and honour to be a person that people feel comfortable enough reaching out to for help or when they need a listening ear. I’ve been self-absorbed for a long time and forgot what it feels to be able to help, or at least to…

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What if we are all replicants

Photo by h heyerlein on Unsplash What if Blade Runner is the story of the inception of humanity. Forget about Adam and Eve, The seven days creation story (Or was it six?). Religion is wrong. Forget also about the big bang, and evolution. Science as we know it is a lie. In the real version, God is a…

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The voices

“I preach darkness. I don’t inspire hope—only shadows. It’s up to you to find the light in my words.” ― Charles Lee I went there, once, twice, I don’t remember how many times. It was confusing and disorientating, hurtful at times. But I wanted to explore it. I went there, and I saw darkness. So…

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The party pooper

The party pooper, such a fascinating creature, it’s like a mermaid and a unicorn had sex and thought that they would have an amazing child, but genetics gave them the middle finger and they ended up with the worst creature ever. Nevertheless, an interesting one, worth looking at closely. The PP is the person who…

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And the list goes on

Image source FannyAnn Eddy. Activist for lesbian and gay rights in Sierra Leone and throughout Africa. Gang raped and murdered the 28th September 2004.   Image source Neda Agha-Soltan. Philosophy student. Shot dead the 20th June 2009 in protests against the disputed election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran.   Image source Fidan Doğan, Sakine…

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The great and powerful

Power. What a scary word. People give me funny looks when I tell them that I like power. I guess the first thing that comes to mind is someone like Trump or tyrannical dictators. Mind you; I grew up in a country run by dictators, so I guess that might explain a little bit why…

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