Caffeinated Scribble

Darling Reader,

Below is a terrible consequence of caffeine and scribbles…

Does anyone else have any double standards? Am I the only one who abhors things in other people, that I myself do, albeit unintentionally. I hate to be intterupted, yet when I know I do it sometimes.  I do not like people consistently asking me “Are you okay?” when I appear to be in a bad mood, yet when I am concerned about others, I do ask.

As I look at this quote, I figure that maybe Jung was trying to say, we should appreciate and love people for their flaws and well as their strengths as we can only expect that they should do the same for us.

Adieu, Scribbler

Caffeinated Scribble

Darling Reader,

Below is a terrible consequence of caffeine and scribbles…

I am extremely fond of this quote as it reminds me that no one can never give back too much. There is always more to give and always more people in need.

Adieu, Scribbler

Caffeinated Scribble

Darling Reader,

Below is a terrible consequence of caffeine and scribbles…

Admired this quote straight from the Trailer

I desperately want to see this movie. The  concept–the idea of finding oneself–is easy to relate to (relatable?) and inspiring. It would be lovely if I could read the book before I see the movie because I tend to judge a movie based on its accuracy according to the book. This probably is not a good way to judge the cinematic credibility of a film, but I prefer movies to be accurate when they were first aroused from a literary work. Idiosyncratic of me, I know.

If you have read the book or seen the movie, please share!

Adieu, Scribbler