If I were to explain what being in love is like, I would illustrate my first memory of wearing glasses at the age of eight. Yes, being in love is like wearing a new pair of glasses for the very first time.
The recent Charlie Hebdo tragedy has been reduced to either an act of terrorism or an attack on the freedom of speech. What some people fail to recognise is that it is only a violation of the freedom of speech when both sides have an equal view of the concept.
Call me cynical but I don’t believe in happy endings. What exists, then, are the moments.
“Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, and therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.” (William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream) One of the qualities I seek most in terms of self-improvement is intelligence. It is thus natural that I deem intelligence as, among a few others, a top priority in the quest… Continue reading Partner in Mind