A parable about upholding your judgment.

I was walking through the quiet streets around Holborn. They’re usually never quiet, it’s a rush, people would walk over each other to catch the next Piccadilly line train to Hyde Park Corner, or the Central line to St. Paul’s. I bet most of…

How to write when your creativity just isn’t balanced — a creative brainfreeze.

I put myself in this situation: I’d write each week. By Sunday, I should have a text that’s roughly finished. I would need to go over a few details, correct some grammar mistakes, get rid of some…

On how a full moon stands for resiliency.

I’ve always been amazed by lunar phases. I think it’s wonderful. There’s so much peace to be found in its repetition. There’s an enormous silence to be found in the rhythm of the moon. There’s an endless rest in how the full…

On the value of a new commitment.

I look around me, and so many people seem tired. Now, I’m not assuming that I know their story, nor that I understand their mood. Yet, in general I feel that people tend to say ‘I’m alright’ as a cry for social acceptance…

A very abstract bucket list. A bedtime story with your morning coffee.

Inspired by the dream she embodies.

I know people who firmly believe that their lives won’t last very long, and they’re okay with it. They come up with — rather simplistic — theories about being able to experience…

Léon Acar

HERE & NOW - also, this could be a bedtime story.

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