After having watched “127 Hours” I have learned some very important lessons that I should remember everytime I have the urge to travel somewhere: 1. Always remember to tell someone where you are going…in case you fall into a crack in a canyon and your hand gets pinned in a boulder. So, people, I am […]Read More Always tell someone where you are going (and other lessons learned from “127 Hours”)
So, a former housemate of mine introduced me to “127 Hours” with the idea that it is about a guy who cuts off his arm when he is trapped in a boulder in a canyon for five days. I didn’t think much of it, but I did copy his copy of it. I had heard […]Read More 127 Hours – a study in existential transformation in the most unlikely of places
Lazy Thursday in the office. Thinking I’ve had enough of volunteering (it seemed like a good idea a year ago haha!), and surfing the net for something to do. Came across this contest on the Jessica Zafra website, Letters to your Ex-es, that just had to be read. A random sampling: I haven’t realized that […]Read More What would you write if you wrote letters to your ex-es…?
So last night, whilst talking to my housemates (a Chinese Canadian guy and a new British Chinese guy – yep, it’s two guys, a gay person and a house) we were talking about homesickness and what whether we have comfort films (like comfort food) that help get us through those dark times. Housemate number 1 […]Read More What’s your comfort film?