Tag Archives: salad

When One Receives a Lunch

I don’t know whether it is a universal truth, but I tend to think food made by other people–and I am not talking about restaurants, though it is sometimes the case, but also sometimes not–tastes better than food you make … Continue reading

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When Destiny Visits a Fast-Food Restaurant

Today, I ate fast food.  That is not the Perfect Moment. I chose the salad instead of the fries.  That is not the Perfect Moment. Despite the crowds of people, I did not lose my temper.  That is also not … Continue reading

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Lacking Context on the Crowded Side of the Street

  When leaving the subway station, I turn left and head to work. Like in all things, linear or not, there are options.  My option my not be another route, but I do get to choose the side of the … Continue reading

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