law is never static so does its practitioners

12th July 2014

Quote reblogged from night write with 6,063 notes

As a writer, you should not judge, you should understand.
— Ernest Hemingway (via night-write)

12th July 2014

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I was not happy as a child, although at times I was content. I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else.
— Neil Gaiman, from The Ocean at the End of the Lane (via exahele)

5th July 2014

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Hugo Boss building in #Harajuku #Sibuya #Tokyo #Japan #architecture

Hugo Boss building in #Harajuku #Sibuya #Tokyo #Japan #architecture

Tagged: japantokyoarchitectureharajukusibuya

17th June 2014

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Beichuan, The Preserved Ruins of an Earthquake Destroyed Town | Via

Beichuan is a rural town located approximately 143 kilometers north of the provincial capital of Chengdu, in China, in a valley well-known for the Longmen or Dragon Gate seismic fault. In May 12, 2008, the town was ravaged to the ground by a devastating earthquake measuring 7.9 magnitude in the Richer scale that rocked the region and reduced large swathes of Sichuan province to a hellish jumble of concrete and limbs. More than 90,000 people are believed to have died - 8,600 in Beichuan alone, or almost half of the town’s population. Among these were 1,300 children when a large populated school collapsed.

After the earthquake shattered the town, the government was faced with the insurmountable task of cleaning up the place and providing shelter to those displaced. With more than 80% of the buildings in Beichaun leveled to the ground, this was proving to be a logistical challenge. Condition was further aggravated by landslides that buried the town under several stories worth of mud. Finally, it was decided that Beichuan would never be rebuilt, or even excavated, but would remain in its current state as a memorial.

17th June 2014

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“Writers ever since writing began have had problems, and the main problem narrows down to just one word—life.”

So true

29th May 2014

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Edgar Wright - How to Do Visual Comedy

Good tutorial

24th May 2014

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Berjaya bertemu @bukufixi utk dpt my copy of ‘Lost in Putrajaya’.My short story ‘The Wedding Bet’ is in it #AnuarShah (at Dewan Sri Siantan , Putrajaya)

Berjaya bertemu @bukufixi utk dpt my copy of ‘Lost in Putrajaya’.My short story ‘The Wedding Bet’ is in it #AnuarShah (at Dewan Sri Siantan , Putrajaya)

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21st April 2014

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#PINJAM on Kinokuniya, KLCC’s bestseller’s list nearly the whole time it existed. Thanks!

Tagged: litbookBahasa MalaysiaNovelfixianuar shah

29th January 2014

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In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.
— Terry Pratchett (via observando) cc @loveykatz

29th January 2014

Quote reblogged from secret empires with 5,993 notes

You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.
— Rumi (via secretempires)