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What It Means To Be A Guyanese Emigrant

A great short read from Poui Season for any Immigrant / Emigrant, or anyone feeling on the outside… What It Means To Be A Guyanese Emigrant.

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Childhood’s End

Childhood’s end is a tragic place. It is tragic not so much because of the loss of innocence – loss of innocence being something that diminishes slowly from the time of birth – but rather for the imagination that often becomes trampled into submission with our entry into the world of grown-ups. I strongly believe…

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On a Side Note… or a bun

In all these mysteries surrounding life and why we live it… there are a few things that I feel I have learned along the way. It seems to me that a blog is a good place to share them, so here goes… 5 Hamburger Rules: No bun should be bigger than the patty placed upon…

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Memory’s Embrace

So I’m having a bad day. I was wondering, “When did life become so difficult?’ when it occurred to me that it probably always was. Infancy itself is pretty traumatic when you think about it: We enter a new and strange environment, assaulted by stimuli and surrounded by hairy giants who poke us and prod…

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Welcome to the World (No refunds)

I have been away for a while and am trying to get this back up and running for 2014 – but perhaps it is good to have had the break. You see, I’ve been waxing philosophic (or as close as I come to it) all in order to create a perspective for myself (and perhaps…

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Perspectivicity

So here we are, born of light and constantly threatened with extinguishing ourselves. When one thinks of the evolution of the Universe (or Universes as recent science would suggest), it is amazing to think of ourselves as these minute bodies crawling over the face of a planet, and to contemplate the numerous molecules swirling around…

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A Movement

Particles hurling outwards and coalescing in stars and planets, in spirals of DNA, in animals flying, crawling, darting, pouncing, in humans running, dancing. Everything forms and changes shape, constantly moving; supernovas and lives extinguishing and reforming in new shapes like relationships and loves. To open one’s eyes and truly see, is to be amazed. Here…

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A Tangent: Relatively Speaking

 Einstein’s theory of relativity showed that an event in itself can vary, depending on the state of the observer. Growing up in Trinidad I always felt a little out of place. As a young adult I found myself in school in Canada. It was there, in University, amidst bar room discussions with fellow students (the…

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Originally posted on The Faustian Apprentice:
With all the pollution, haze from chemtrails, and reflected light from our cities, we often fail to recognize the real significance of the SIZE of our VISIBLE universe (it is well possible that there is more out there, and that light has not yet reached us, 13.7 Billion Light…

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Let There Be Light

Light. Illumination. The birth of light particles. To “shed light on something” suggests to expose the truth, allowing us to explore more fully the actual nature of something. The world was illuminated and our perception of the world became based on this reflection of light. (Strangely light particles were discovered and darkness was considered an…

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The Word Made Flesh: a story of us

Stories tell us about ourselves, whether it is to teach something new, or simply to express something we already knew but can relate to. In that way stories tap into universal truths, the common threads of fears, desires and struggles that run through all of us. Words communicate meaning and emotion and intention… all of…

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