Some Such Name
I hate money.

Today I discovered that money doesn't hate me. It just keeps on playing hide and seek so that one day I discover it's true nature - love. Money emerges from people making small gestures of love to each other, like in a game.

Almost a year ago I started writing a novel called Le Spirale Fantastique. Today I re-invented it into something bigger and larger, the novel of the future. The peer-published novel. I'm either a genius or a madman, and comfortable being both.

being comfortable is a great thing.
I wouldn't mind some gestures of love dude. wouldn't mind at all...
that'a a very nice way of reassuring oneself when one is on sabbatical
Is that what you're supposed to be on? Sabbatical?
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