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How To Make Friends with Sphynx

Despite the fact that many people don’t understand why and how I got to the point that I bought a bald cat, I like her and… damn, she’s pretty! Well, I will say this to those who don’t understand: “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder”. Just kidding, as they say, there are different tastes… […]

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Psychology

When City Wakes Up, but You Do Not: Technique to Deal with Depression

I often recall her when I don’t want to get out of bed in very bad horrible internal weather. Then my eyes open, looking at the room, the view outside the window and my hands. I close them and remind myself of something important, and then … then I get up. One winter morning in […]

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Old cars: to be or not to be?

As a fan of old-school and sometimes very old cars, I don’t understand when people say: “Oh, this car is from the 90s, it’s old, three-liter, eats a lot, bla-bla-bla, better to buy new, or this one will tend to break, and so on”. What’s more, when people whose car stops driving after turning on […]

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Psychology

The Distance from Falling in Love to True Love: How To Get There and the Trip Cost

Once we come into the field of relationships, we drawn into the dimension of feelings. When it comes to romantic love, you can easily say goodbye to your rational part no matter how self-conscious you consider yourself. A consciousness ‘in love’ is magnetized by one concrete object. We’re attracted, froze up and stuck. Why? Ghost […]

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Don’t Hesitate to Write Letters

Today, I came across a piece of news that a schoolboy from Zaporozhie wrote a letter to the Queen of England and received an answer. Naturally, the Queen didn’t write it, her gentlewoman did it, but does it matter? I think that boy was happy, as not every day you can get a paper letter […]

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