Chinese New Year


Right now, China is a warzone. Smoke blows over the country, smothers her largest, most populated cities. Her streets are coated with ash and dust, strewn with debris. At night, loud bangs concuss through every populated mile and the horizon glows with the cumulative effect of several hundred explosions. The noise is so … Continue reading

Of Goals and Resolutions


I don’t make resolutions. For starters, I don’t like the word “resolute”—it sounds too rigid and stodgy; in life, I think fluidity and adaptability is a better goal than the straight-forward, strict stubbornness implied in “resolute.”

Besides, I suck at resolutions.

I admire those who stick by them.

Anyway, you might … Continue reading