Thursday, April 15, 2010

Chemical Analyst

That's what they call me. I guess its something for now. More on this later.

Good night :)

Monday, April 12, 2010

A foray into single life...

I have returned to the world I have known all to well: The Single Life. And, for sometime, I had pleasantly escaped. Good things, as we all know, come to an end.

During my relatively brief escape into the land of love I have learned so much about myself, my partner, and people in general. I cannot compare, or probably will ever reach a point to compare, the feeling I felt when I was connected to someone. And goddamnit, it is addicting. To know that in this ironically lonely world, there is one person made for you...I felt that I had found her.

Like a greatest hits album, I will revel only in the best moments and forget the bad. For the latter is futile.

Love is esquisite.

I will return to the land of love...maybe with the same partner, maybe not, but nonetheless, if there is a heaven, it exists between two people who know of nothing but each other.

The prospect of love and connection alone motivates me...
There is so much beauty in this world, but it takes the right person to show it to you...

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Bob Marley... amazing. Why haven't I listened to him earlier? His music reminds me that I have a soul and that I need to rekindle my passion for music...or just anything, really... :)

Current favorites... (no particular order)
1. No woman, No Cry
2. Is this love?
3. Turn your lights down low
4. Redemption Song

Thank you, Bob.

That is all. :)


Experience, simply put, is the best teacher. There is no book on life experiences, only elaborated sheets that attempt to lead a troubled mind. And perhaps, they do so, but with an equivocated voice. Perhaps, by incidence. Nonetheless, true life experience is found in those that alive. Alive...but bear mistakes; living or inanimate.

Anyways, in the wake of my recent break-up, the best advice came from the most unlikely of sources, E_____. E______, who often lacks brevity in most things, was impeccably concise in his advice. "Just write", he said.

I have found therapy and peace in doing so. I will continue to do so. Being 3 years my senior, I should probably listen to him. Although I consider myself a vessel for great capacity, his life experience outweighs anything I have ever accomplished in academia.

So...I will write.

Good Night :)