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Let There Be!

This weekend was strange in so many ways. It started with Friday in the afternoon and went on until late Sunday evening. That’s when everything calmed and sort of went back to normal. Strange enough, while listening to the six … Continue reading

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Until Tomorrow

Something strange happened this weekend. As a writer I experienced the weirdest encounter with a publishing group made up of other writers. It all started with a request to connect on LinkedIn. The conversations that followed were what took me … Continue reading

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To Stay Or Leave?

Is it only me? Are you by any chance also troubled by this talk of referendum? During the past few days when I watch the news on TV and I listen to people talk about leaving Montreal and Quebec, to … Continue reading

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The Desire To Annoy

Do you like confrontations? Do you like to face the people you are mad or angry at? Or do you just take a step back, turn the corner and wish you never have anything to do with those people? Friedrich … Continue reading

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To Think And Live

“Why can’t I try on different lives, like dresses, to see which fits best and is more becoming?” Sylvia Plath If only it were that easy. But then sometimes we do buy dresses that we think fit best but after we … Continue reading

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Yesterday Morning

Yesterday was a day not like any other day for me. It was a day that stood out. In one of my previous posts I have written about how hard and difficult this year is for me in the sense … Continue reading

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Horror Is Worse Than Desire

Simone de Beauvoir wrote: “Days have a certain rhythm. There is a tremendous difference between morning and evening. Evening means fever, a breaking down; one thinks of getting drunk, of crying and doing just anything, and one gets lost in … Continue reading

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