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A Bit of Aldous Huxley's Take on Life and Humanity

Aldous Huxley

Born 1894, died of cancer in 1963 (probably due to smoking)

Best known for his dystopian 1932 novel, „Brave New World,“ this outstanding writer and great mind can be better known to those unfamiliar with him by reading here:  noch 84 Wörter

To be Brave

in a new world

For you just open your eyes

And everything is new to you.

The person holding you for first time

Has such kind and loving eyes. noch 162 Wörter

Life

The Best Writers Are Onion Peelers by MICHAEL GROTHAUS

Name: MICHAEL GROTHAUS

Author of: EPIPHANY JONES (2016)

On the web: www.michaelgrothaus.com

On Twitter: @michaelgrothaus

Epiphany Jones, I’ve been told, is hard to categorize. When I ask people who have read it what kind of book they think it is they’ve replied “psychological thriller”, “literary fiction”, “crime”, “social satire”, “dark comedy”, “transgressive fiction”, and “a redemption story”. noch 670 Wörter

Crime Fiction

A brave new world without suffering

Being a healthy and lucky person, the greatest physical suffering I’m forced to deal with is a monthly stomach cramp. I’ve had no serious illnesses or injuries, and the stomach cramp, while horrid, is simply the unfortunate byproduct of having healthy and functional internal organs, so I shouldn’t really complain (although I do). noch 1.329 Wörter

Intellectualising

PHARMACY

A lot of Americans still believe the free market place can fulfill, if left alone, our all our needs when it surely hasn’t so far. The pharmaceutical industry is really good at reinforcing this illusion. noch 459 Wörter

Overdose prevention following prison release in Scotland

Image by Matthias Müller (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

By Casey Doyle

The transition from prison back into the community can be a precarious time for opioid users whose tolerance has likely reduced during their imprisonment. noch 354 Wörter

Drugs

Your Brave New World

ALON. Now all the blessings
Of a glad father compass thee about!
Arise, and say how thou cam’st here.
MIR. O, wonder!
How many goodly creatures are there here! noch 284 Wörter

Psalms