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take all my luck every last leaf i give to you all my belief
I. have seen living death A. in a space B. where information was sliced C. and served one slide at a time
This truing of the sip guides me when recipes are unavailable and ingredients are unknown, because the search for the broth is abductive.
Then, I heard a sound coming from the stairwell. It was the sound of a slow, metal cadence on stone — like the metal pulse of a dying heart — growing louder and nearer.
something so big its presence is forgotten
“How much will I break myself before I realize that self-care is not the same thing as professional help?”
We are exponentially departing from the dark while we are asymptotically approaching the light.
Management tests the hypothesis; leadership sets the hypothesis. Together, through experiment and inquiry, they form the organization’s theory that posits how and why the organization exists.
A hiss pervasively hangs in Empty as Nils Frahm’s fingertips gently explore the piano in the way one’s hands would revisit the pages of a fragile journal.