An anthem in the rich tradition of illuminated manuscripts, created in appreciation of each and every one of you readers. To view the illustrated version, please visit:
When I met the world, I loved it. And the world loved me. If that could happen to everyone, maybe we would all understand our human race a little better. So here I am. Love me if you want, but I will love you regardless.
Brief prose reflecting on family, in this case to me, an individual who's family has been all over the place, who hasn't felt close to much of it except direct parents and siblings. Everything, including punctuation, is on purpose.
So many things could be brought to memory from looking out of a window and seeing what is around you. This window means a lot to me because it describes life. Maybe you could find the answer to the questions in your head by peering out of your window. Try it. You never know what you might find.
An essay discussing the ethics of animal experimentation, particularly examining the weakness of many pro-experimentation arguments, and exploring the relationship of non-Western philosophies with science and experimentation.