Well it might not be quite that big, but since we’re in the Olympic season, posts with these grandiose titles will exist for now. I got a few more to go.
I’ve stated this before, if it wasn’t for this blog, there are certain wines that I have never attempted or given a chance. I’m not one to discriminate but certain grapes haven’t always brought me satisfaction. And when trying multiple bottles that confirmation (or confirmation bias) would ring true.
This was either a new one for me, or just one that never stood out in the past. That’s going to change for now.
A small and spontaneous dinner (hence why the Olympics post is a bit of hyperbole) with a friend definitely lent itself to some vino. I brought one bottle (which I’ll get to next week) and she already had one picked out for tonight’s meal. I went in without…
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Emptiness is not just absence of everything or presence of nothing. Sometimes Emptiness also comes in presence of everything or absence of nothing..
Sometimes the feeling of emptiness is because we desire for everything and we assume we have them. And when we don’t get what we desire, we feel empty.
Emptiness is when you think you know everything. And when you realize there is always something which you don’t know, you feel empty.
Emptiness is when you think you own everything you have. And when you can’t buy happiness with that thing, you feel empty.
Emptiness is when you think everyone you know is yours. And when you see their different faces and varying character, you feel empty.
Emptiness is when you believe in fixed way of viewing at things. And when some things don’t match up with your view, you feel empty.
Emptiness is when you think…
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