Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Comfortable Fit

Stiletto heels and business suits – they go great together, don’t you think? Ok, let me explain for those of you who instinctively did not click on the link above. Please do! Manylogue, a collective blog and “a fictitious word … Continue reading

Achilles and Emotional Intelligence

Achilles’ heel… I seriously doubt that Homer ever imagined that Achilles, one of the most intriguing Iliad heroes would end up being mostly associated with his weak and vulnerable spot – his tendon. However, the merciless 20/20 hind-sight historic viewpoint  … Continue reading

Bah-Humbug Thoughts on Christmas Eve

Ebenezer Scrooge and Bah-humbug… Written in 1843, Dickens’ Christmas Carol infamous character seems to be our favorite and instinctively fitting hero of our era, collective monomaniacal consumerism and hollow sentimentality. All these cute and touching Christmas and politically correct westernly … Continue reading

Crybabies vs. Michelangelos

Some days there’s nothing. And what I mean by nothing is the blank, the hollowness, the void, the lack of excitement, enthusiasm and spark. It happens to all of us. Something or someone disappoints us, lets us down and we … Continue reading

Misfits and Crazy ones

“There’s just this for consolation: an hour here or there when our lives seem, against all odds and expectations, to burst open and give us everything we’ve ever imagined.” — “The Hours” by Michael Cunningham It’s rare to appreciate the … Continue reading

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