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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Walking

Walking is an amazing phenomenon. It is your most reliable form of transport.

Walking takes you places.

The simple act of continuously put one foot in front of the other; it takes seemingly no effort, so for how long can one walk? It seems no matter how far I get, I feel I can always go a little further.

If only I had this attitude towards everything else in life. Thank you, walking.

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i am

vivien, and i ask you to convince me of otherwise.

i'd like to be

a musician
a scientist
a thinker
a photographer
a time traveler
under the sea,
in an octopus' garden
in the shade.

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