Leaving for lunch with a friend soon. So lazy to go out — meeting with him evoke this particular kind of lethargy that I don’t experience with others.
Plus, the weather is saying, stay inside, do your project paper (as if! Sleep is more likely).
BUT FOOD. (channeling Liz Lemon) Say yes to life! Say yes to food!
Anyway, here’s a picture of Lamb Chop.
One of the theme for my project paper.
How it incapacitate you, choke you till you’re breathless and the noose around your heart tighten from being pulled in two directions and you can’t escape, except for the tears in your eyes and you’re coughing, coughing, coughing…
“I don’t think anger is often an inevitable result of who you are, I think it’s more about what’s happened to you. Often it’s your survival. The anger is something solid you can hold on to.”
—Clare Morrall in an interview re: her second novel Natural Flights of the Human Mind, The Telegraph (2005)
“Mass prejudice […] could not be explained away in terms of a personality syndrome, such as the ‘authoritarian personality’. […] groups do not engage in collective madness because their members had unhappy childhoods, but because they divide the social world into ‘them’ and ‘us’, and then tend to believe the worst about ‘them’ and the best about ‘us’.”
—Henri Tajfel (via Michael Billig from The Psychologist, Vol. 19, Sept 2006)