The Single Life is Not Worth Living

I’ve tried, okay? I’ve tried to accept that our relationship has ended. I’ve tried to believe in the possibility of falling for someone else. I’ve given in to the idea that there can be more than one true love. If Socrates believed that the unexamined life is not worth living, I’ll agree. I decided to … Continue reading The Single Life is Not Worth Living

un deux trois quatre

This is my dear brother’s second big film, on living and loving with Alzheimer’s. His first is a wonderfully poignant piece on the subject of religious conversion. It’s called Saving Mom and Dad and you can find it here. Kartik Singh is a film maker who lives in Paris. Find more of his work on his … Continue reading un deux trois quatre

Of Dreams and Dust and a Shooting Star

For those whose dreams turn into dust, remember that your shooting star is yet to come. 2020 Her name is the first word that the wind whispers to me when I step out of the airplane. The night air of Paris chills me like it always has, sending the nostalgic feeling right into the remainder … Continue reading Of Dreams and Dust and a Shooting Star

Emotions: A Series

Emotions are complex. According to some theories, they are a state of feeling that result in physical and psychological changes that influence our behavior. The physiology of emotion is closely linked to arousal of the nervous system with various states and strengths of arousal relating, apparently, to particular emotions. Emotion is also linked to behavioral tendencies. This project has … Continue reading Emotions: A Series

Navigating Open Relationships

I haven’t been sleeping well for a few weeks. I’ve also had a dry cough – messed up throat chakra – and have been meeting a new person off of Tinder every day. Last night’s terrible under-washed date finally tipped it for me. Something in my open relationship wasn’t doing it, or I wouldn’t be … Continue reading Navigating Open Relationships