The Last Supper Leonardo da Vinci, 1495 - 1496. The gist of The Last Supper was that Jesus invited his twelve disciples for dinner on the first day of Passover. He stated that one of the disciples will soon betray him; one by one, all of them denied his claim (including Judas). We all know what … Continue reading (Dis)honesty: Intentions & (In)significance.
The Scream Edvard Munch, 1893. "I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world." - Albert Camus, The Stranger I can't even imagine the colorful language I'd throw at myself if I were to have the ability to get pissed off now. Okay, cross that. I can curse at myself now, but it won't be effective … Continue reading (In)action, (In)decision, (In)difference.
The Central Story René Magritte, 1927. You somehow always had the solution to my maze. Sometimes I wonder if you kept tabs in my head as you effortlessly completed my sentences and evaded my thoughts. The words that naturally flowed out of your mouth and the gestures that you've done were the correct sequences to … Continue reading Twists and Tugs.
Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci, 1503. They say that the eyes are the windows to one's soul. I believe that. I met you for the first time when the sky was blanketed by darkness once again. I admit, sometimes my memory betrays me and there's not a speck of remembrance. The days and nights blur … Continue reading Pool of Sorrow.
The Star Edgar Degas, 1878. To say that I was chubby as a child would be a kind stretch. One of my favorite pastimes was eating. I liked peering inside the refrigerator door a lot more than watching television. To be fair, I really didn't like watching TV as a kid. Not even the cartoons. That … Continue reading Dancing with Commitment.