Me to play: Samuel Beckett’s Endgame

Endgame to me represents a very special place in my heart. In my eyes, it's how Beckett gently and masterfully strips down all the unnecessary banter we have going on between us to what truly needs to be addressed - the disconnect within love itself. The more I study Endgame, the more patterns it resonates … Continue reading Me to play: Samuel Beckett’s Endgame

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Book #3: Demian by Hermann Hesse

So I couldn't keep to the 20-week timeline, but I'm still reading! Hehe. Demian, Demian. Where do I start? I was pulled into the protagonist's mind the moment I started reading the book. I love the many layers and philosophical elements that the author has weaved into this work of art. The themes that I … Continue reading Book #3: Demian by Hermann Hesse

Book #1: The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz

First and foremost, I'd like to congratulate myself for finishing a book in less than a week - I've finally achieved something that I'd planned to do. Discipline is possible after all! Haha.  I don't really plan to make this challenge into book reviews because that would mean that I have to evaluate and judge the … Continue reading Book #1: The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz