“It brings out in me the most profound feelings of anxiety and exasperation. I was not raised to subtlety.
Why do people have to make such fuss about something so simple?
I say, “Talk to me. Tell me who you are, what you want, what you’ve never had, the story you’ve always been afraid to tell.””
“Two or three things I know for sure, and one of them is that no one is as hard as my uncles had to pretend to be.”
It is hard to write. Because most of the time, I don’t even know what language I’m thinking in. Because, sometimes, when I try to sit down to write, the … Continue reading
Brain is a powerful thing. When you can’t stop thinking about something, or going in your mind through some bad things, or having an anxiety disorder, your body often lives … Continue reading
From Christmas 2015 “I’ve been often told that I look like I ‘don’t feel’. Which is not hard to believe, considering my genes and childhood and so on, well, lets … Continue reading
血を吐きそうなぐらい淋しくても 誰でも良いから、ということにはならない だが、時間と場所、次々と流れて、去って行く…のが悲しい。どうしようもなく
” …compulsive mobility of 20th century life as a measure of social and moral instability. Freedom of movement is interpreted as the curse of movement — an inability to remain still, to come to rest, to be anchored.”