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Hi, https://literaturegirl.neocities.org/journal/glorifying is a great article, will read all your articles soon.
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literaturegirl 5 months ago

Thank you; that's kind of you to say and heartening to hear. I hope you can find something of value in them.

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vashti 5 months ago

It's so funny that you use the word "heartening," because I heard it for the first time a day or two ago & I feel like I keep seeing it everywhere. It's a good word ♡

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vashti 5 months ago

I actually want to convert to Judaism, but I think I'll adopt some of the practices you've written about.

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literaturegirl 5 months ago

It's one of my favourite words. I find that happens to me a lot too — I learn a word I feel like I've never heard before, and then all of a sudden I seem to see it everywhere, also. That seems to imply it's less of a coincidence and more of an issue with my personal awareness. Maybe we block the things we don't understand out, however unknowingly.

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literaturegirl 5 months ago

Also, the majority of the practices I've written about certainly aren't specific to any one religion — things like prayer and meditation are good habits all-around for peace, clarity and a grateful heart. I wish you luck in your journey exploring your personal faith.

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Randomly found your site through the activity tab and I really like it. Also, Hospice by The Antlers is a great album.
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literaturegirl 5 months ago

Thank you for the kind message! I like your site a lot too; I love how neat and easy to navigate it is. Hospice is brilliant — if only I could get everyone I show it to to sit down and stare at the lyrics whilst listening to it like I do. Alas. :P

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Always cool to see new Mamimi and Misaki art. I really like the way you use texture in your drawings. :]
melankorin 2 months ago

(6 months late lmao) thank you! gotta draw my favourite girls

Hi — just writing to say that I enjoyed your post on mobile phone usage a lot. The following lines caught my interest, especially: 'We Live In A Society that now expects everyone to be easily contactable if they want to participate at all. alas i am not quite at the "leave society" stage...' (Whenever I took a break from social media, and then from using my mobile phone entirely, I found social isolation the worst.)
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suboptimalism 8 months ago

thanks - it really is difficult to appreciate how much cell phones have become part of the "social contract" until you go without

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Unbelievably based reading list. Taking suggestions from it immediately
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literaturegirl 8 months ago

I think the C.S. Lewis section is one of the coolest parts, for sure — what did you like about it? I recommend most 'Lolita' by Nabokov, 'The End of Alice' by A.M. Homes and 'The Screwtape Letters' by C.S. Lewis. :]

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capstasher 8 months ago

I've greatly enjoyed Lewis and Orwell, currently working through Ancient Greek texts, finding it a delightful experience! Lewis' The Abolition of Man is by far one of my favourite books

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capstasher 8 months ago

I notice you dont have it on your list yet! It's a short read and i highly reccomend it

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didntask 8 months ago

Abolition's sitting across my desk from me right now.

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literaturegirl 8 months ago

Funnily enough, another acquaintance recommended that one to me recently. I'll make it my next read! I just finished Atonement by Ian McEwan for some coursework I'm doing, and hadn't decided on my next read. :^)

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