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“I am consumed by desire. I intend to do what is right but action gives off smoke like fire. I would be harmless like the monk who will not handle a water gourd,…”
Can I Involve You? By Finn Janning I took the elevator up to the third floor. Normally, I would have taken the stairs in order to get a bit of exercise. But normal doesn’t exist anymore. Did it ever? I just turned thirty-seven and I am feeling slightly lazy after having written books for the last decade or so. Not that writing books is a cushy job. Quite the contrary. It’s freaking hard work. It’s just that I do it […]
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“I took the dust of a mahatma’s feet. She revealed what lives beyond any ordinary desire, beyond what can be measured—the counting of sandalwood beads or syllables,…”
40 Spectacular Holiday Creative Writing Prompts! From Christmas to Hanukkah to Kwanzaa to Islam, including secular prompts too, we’ve got you covered. Write on! ;)
“She said to me, In the Lord’s eyes men and women are equal. Before dawn rose, I knelt at the sacred fire, prayed and smeared ash in wild stripes across my forehead.”
“Soon he will tell her that he wants a divorce, tell her that he wants to have kids. Soon he will start a new life. Change. He knows that kids are the solution. They will remember him.”
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“Ten thousand travelers make pilgrimage scatter ashes of the dead, float small lights in leaf boats—the arati of a loved one’s passing on, ashes to water and light into light.”
Set in the summer of 1949, the first woman intern at a southern state hospital faces ethical and professional problems when one of her patients is threatened with lobotomy.
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