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Saturday, May 20, 2006

Retreat

Another identity crisis.

I never thought that writing can be such an identity revealing (searching?) activity.

You are what you write?

Just feeling numb and disoriented.

A professor said one day, you write to an audience. Choose your audience and then you got your writing orientation. But when the audience is a frentic mind with no interest nor being an interesting one, the retrospective reinterpretation can be a painful path to take.

So, let me retrieve myself behind my so darling defensive wall.

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8 Comments:

  • I'll wait till you get back :)
    Enjoy your retreat

    By Anonymous Lita, at May 20, 2006 2:37 PM  

  • my answer to that exhaustive question is still DON'T!

    nevertheless, enjoy your retreat girl friend, be good! don't do anything that i won't do hihihihi....

    By Anonymous nananias, at May 20, 2006 11:53 PM  

  • enjoy your time, gal :D

    By Blogger Hedi, at May 21, 2006 5:04 AM  

  • Well, on the contrary, I said, "We are what we read" instead of "We are what we write"; although, yeah, in my case, it is right, I am what I write. :) perhaps coz I am just a blogger, write what I want to write, what I want to share with my blog readers, and not write for money. :D

    By Blogger A Feminist Blog, at May 26, 2006 1:34 PM  

  • Ah, the retreat by Geneva lake should really be relieving.
    Enjoy your quiet time, my dear.
    Please do come back, soon.

    By Anonymous Silverlines, at May 27, 2006 7:35 PM  

  • ╓╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥╥

    keski se passe chez les Suisses?

    ╘╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤╤

    By Anonymous ristretto, at June 10, 2006 8:56 AM  

  • Assalamualaikum, Mbak..
    Comment ca-va?
    Je m'appelle Uchie. Je viens de Medan.
    Mbak,saya tertarik dengan pengalaman Mbak mendapat beasiswa ke Swiss.. Saya juga sudah mem-post my comment ke topik itu, tolong dibaca ya, Mbak.. ;-)
    Merci beaucoup..

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at June 15, 2006 9:07 AM  

  • "You are what you write"...
    and also
    "You are what you read"....
    keduanya menunjukkan sebuah rentetan perubahan... sebagian besar dari kita, baru dapat menulis dan menjadi apa yang kita tuliskan setelah sekian kali/banyak nya kita membaca sesuatu...
    kedua proses ini juga berhubungan dengan proses berpikir sehingga keduanya menjadi rumusan

    "you are what you write" + "you are what you read" == "you are what you thought"

    By Anonymous wira, at July 18, 2006 9:54 AM  

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