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The child of youth wants to say the absurd, and that is, "I love you."
You're a ravenous reader from what I've been able to induce in interviews. Would you be willing to list some of the authors/playwrights/poets and their works that have impacted your life for the better? At this age in your life what works have held the test of time?
(Webmaster consider passing this along) In closing I have seen in many of your interviews a weariness, a bitterness towards the wounds of your youth. Those lies may have separated you from finding solace. If you're are lead I'd like you to visit, http://induced-adc.com/ and learn a little about the science beyond this exciting research for wounded veterans. I know several soldiers that have been transformed, by these strange discoveries. You just might be scandalized by what your soul will find.
See you on the other side.
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I have just finished "Hope; A tragedy" by Shalom Auslander.
It was described as wickedly funny and it is.
My bedside reading is often A.C. Grayling's essays, they are all wonderful and often very consoling.
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