Art Passed On Like Heritage

Can skills actually be passed on like some material possession? In 1992, Robert James Waller, the American novelist, came up with the best-selling heart-throbbing novel about a middle aged woman in 1960s in Iowa, reigniting the passion, the spark, that was long gone after panned by her family, that may love her or need her... Continue Reading →

23rd of August

Found this scrape of my diary, after my brother pointed it out- not even going to go there, a sibling, so born with a right to invade your privacy- and what it does is paint quite a picture to the ramblings that goes in one's head; take this "about me" section, the depth of stupidity.... Continue Reading →

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