Monthly Archives: November 2017

Peligrosong pamumuhay

Here at Mot Juste, I care about the sustained relevance of creatures big and small. We need to better manage other flora and fauna for the sake of posterity. I remember in our high school yearbook, my mentor included a … Continue reading

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My updated reading list

Earlier this year, I compiled a list of the year’s reading up until that point. Since that post in early June, I have normed a further five books (all fiction). I will order the texts from the first to the … Continue reading

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The interpreter of dreams

Have you been dreaming? It’s hard to believe this but even Hannibal Lecter succumbs to the subconscious. Meanwhile, I’ve been dreaming a lot, which is nothing new. The recurrent theme of my dreams in recent months is that I try … Continue reading

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The Last Suffer

This is not a rant. What would you feel, to have a thorn stuck on your throat? That thorn has been there all year yet nothing seems to get it unstuck As Rizal once wrote, ‘Ang lipunan ay may cancer’ … Continue reading

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