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Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Book: The Scarlet Letter

Year: 1850

Quote: “No man, for any considerable period, can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.”

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Food for thought (85)

Have you ever wondered how nice it would be to trade lives with someone else? Then you think about it and realize. You wouldn’t trade your own life with anyone. You want it just the way it is. Even if it’s f**** up. 

The “HUMBLENESS” Lesson

Humbleness; one of those lessons in life that most people have to pass through. I ponder on this thought many times and I wonder if I possess this character or am I just a hypocrite. I guess it’s possible to lose your way and get caught up in your ego. But it’s never too late to learn this lesson and know that choosing Humbleness over Ego is a much better place to be in.  Continue reading

Obsession

There is no other way I can describe Obsession, than being a disease; a vicious one at that. How does one get infected and is there a cure. Can someone one day realize that they are far gone in this disease and get help. Honestly, I think it’s hard. It’s like being OCD, one is never born as such. You develop it with time and it can worsen with age if you are not too careful and keep it under control. So can becoming obsessed, it is developed with time and it can definitely get worse.  Continue reading

Food for thought (84)

Ever notice a couple’s behavior with regards to social media in the beginning of their relationship versus a year later. Things change don’t they? What happened to the spark? or did they just realize better to keep their life private!!