half-half / neither

Trevor Noah reiterated several times in his fantastic memoir ‘Born A Crime’ that race is a social construct. I nodded my head each time that sentence appeared, yet no closer to unwinding my own views. More than the stories of his mother (who is amazing, naturally reminded me of mine) and his frank views on … More half-half / neither

“Find yourself friends who will be anchors.”

Through with December; here’s the last one from December 3, 2017! Eldest Sis, on friendship: “Find yourself friends who will be anchors. I don’t mean that you always have to stick by each other; what I mean is friends who will ground you – through the years, and times.” — [Photo of my Miri faves] … More “Find yourself friends who will be anchors.”

“I think a man does what he can, until his destiny is revealed.”

Another woeful piece written in December – on the 10th, to be precise -: Eldest Sis believes strongly in this particular quote: “I think a man does what he can, until his destiny is revealed.” — from The Last Samurai (2003) The quote came to my mind again last night when I joined Mum for … More “I think a man does what he can, until his destiny is revealed.”

“So when you hear of others’ good news, you shouldn’t feel shorthanded-“

A piece I wrote on December 11, 2017 – an ode to (forever my) Housemate #1: “I won’t call it regret… maybe wonderment. A series of what ifs – what if I tried harder? What if I stayed back for a few more years? I’m not envious of others’ good news, that I’m clear – … More “So when you hear of others’ good news, you shouldn’t feel shorthanded-“