i’ve had a cold for the past four days, which laid me out a little bit. (i was self indulgent on the weekend, and let myself spend all day in leggings – not the same ones I was sleeping in, but close – and hang out in my room and binge watch netflix.)so i’ve watched … Continue reading 2016.11.21 : getting back on the horse
There are many important things that have occupied my thoughts lately, but at the moment where I set fingers to keyboard to try and sort them out, they disappear. I have an extreme backlog of reading (I shudder to think of how many browser tabs I currently have open) and plan to spend the day making … Continue reading 2016.11.16 : Unity not complacency. Fight, not despair.
It seems like the entire country is arguing about who is at fault for the recent election results. Who is more disconnected from America? Who is more self-righteous? Who understands the country least?Meanwhile, I have been struggling to understand how ethnic or religious discriminatory rhetoric works. My go-to example has been the bankers. Why hate … Continue reading 2016.11.11 : the politics of multiplicity, a personal history.
I don’t know what words exist to describe the emptiness that lives inside me now. I had done what I could to push away hope because there are no good options, this year. But only this morning did I remember hopelessness. Hopelessness is the void that lives inside your chest and threatens every breath you draw … Continue reading 2016.11.09 : today is different
Electoral politics in a two party system leaves much to be desired. Democracy will never do a great job of truly representing the people, especially not in a country as big as the United States of America. But disappointment and disillusion have never yielded any improvement; we have to hope and visualize a future if … Continue reading 2016.11.08 : Please vote.