Let it kill you and bring you back to life.
Writing on the Ether
You might feel more alone than ever before…but the truth is that you’re not.
A date a month later turned into two. A night spent together that lasted all weekend. A runaway train of passion and freedom, unbounded by caution or reason or is-this-even-worth-doing. And so when she asked me if I was sure I wanted to do this, I just assumed she meant every word. She asked me, point blank and in the plainest of terms, if I wanted her to break my heart. I said yes.
These are the things I want to take with me, these are the things I want to leave here.
Bitcoin Cash tries to solve the problem of how can I buy a cup of coffee with bitcoin without using the software layer of Bitcoin.
And that’s where you get the great divide that we are presently experiencing. Political, moral, whatever; it all boils down to a class of people on the rise and the broken backs of the others upon which they are standing.
These commenters operate by one code, and that is to verbalize the coldest, most stark version of humanity and whatever will be, will be.
Because when I drank it, I got far too angry.
At you. At the world.
Although she calls it ‘a violist’s Book of Job,’ founding and leading the Momenta Quartet is a longtime labor of love for Stephanie Griffin, as she tells us in Music for Writers.
“There’s this other side you get to and you don’t get there very often. Where while you’re writing, you speak so much of your truth, you’re even learning from it.” – John Mayer Writing and learning are inseparably linked.