I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these ineffable impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting… to be observed, talked about, and embraced.

These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity…
Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only “the official ” truth – but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD and something dead, has nothing to give.

We can continue pretending  Death is fascinating or…we can take the trouble to LIVE…

THE NEW has no definition yet.

IT requires another “perception”, the courage to apprehend  everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts… it is about participation…togetherness…finding new solutions, inspiration to live a richer life. 

As I said, the Thing I am looking for doesn´t have a name yet, but I am convinced that through open communication, it will unravel Itself .

I don´t like long texts – real Creation happens outside time, the  Second is the pulse –  that is why I write many times in a concentrated, rather lapidary manner. The Word should be swift, like an arrow touching instantly the aim.

I admit that I find myself in a strange situation, as what I write about is many times a surprise for me too. I realize it is not the “usual me” writing all these things, but something else in Me, you may call it The Inner Voice. In this sense what I write is not “entirely mine”, as many times I don´t have a clue, “who” or “what” this inner voice is in me.

This voice is not “mine” in so far as  I don´t “own” it; it rather “owns” me, it imposes itself on me and when It has something to say, I feel this as an inner urge which takes me in its command and “has me” express it.
It happens in the bus, on the street, it can come in the middle of a conversation with someone, it wakes me in the middle of the night.

It´s a crazy situation to be in, but this seems to be my share…

So I confess, what I write about is “new” to me too, I am on the verge to learn to implement and  live these Truths, and learn  from my own texts.

I find myself many times confused and rather estranged having no clue what the next step is.

In those moments of inner confusion and turmoil, I may look through the things written in my blog, realizing with amazement that I GAVE MYSELF ANSWERS earlier, but first now I am able to “digest” them!!
And if these things I write help me find a clearer way, it means that potentially they can help others with the same predicament.

It is not an easy task to try to give form to something which is diffuse, vague, that “something” which escapes accepted definitions.

Most of the times I stumble, facing enormous difficulty in putting right words to things that don´t obey mainstream criteria, and inevitably I run into obscure misunderstandings and disagreements,
and I cannot “defend” myself, as I cannot pretend  I am right; I can´t argue about something I am not sure about.

Literature, like abstract philosophy, is outdated. Unlike many writers, I don´t think it´s enough with “interesting” texts, no matter how skillfully chosen words and noble phrases, if they have no direct bearing on real life, they mean nothing.

The spoken and written word has to be powerful, it has to convey passion and vitality, the real word touches instantly, it creates a real, felt impact, it materializes insight into action. Real word is like a piece of bread to the hungry.

In this sense, I wouldn´t dream of writing about things which haven´t derived from something meaningful.

I can see clearly that the things I observe and write about, have enriched me, empowered my actions, and made life quite rich and exciting. In this respect, if something flourishes, it is the best sign that Life is there.

I said before that quite often I am asked – and for that matter I ask myself many times – why I continue writing here, despite no real feed-back. “What´s in it for you?”, asked me a friend.

I would say that, MY GAIN IS YOUR HAPPINESS. If I say something that helps you improve and thrive, than somehow, something of your improved state will reach back to me, cause we all share the same adventure – Life.

And Real Life knows not the boundaries civilization has had us rely on.

I rest assured that Time has come for us to make a switch of perspective.

Let´s hope for a new space within us, let´s hope the Unknown will show us another way, another story…

121 Responses to About

  1. leamuse says:

    The only constant is change. Thanks for visiting one of my blogs and I am glad you enjoyed it. Hope you will stop by again.

    • julienmatei says:

      Thank you for your comment 🙂

      Yes, I liked your poem, good poetry breathes among the lines…

      Est-ce que vous habitez en France depuis longtemps?


      • leamuse says:

        Thanks you once again. I have lived in France four years and have no plans to leave. Perhaps a few visits around europe. I would like to see Sweden where my father and his family were from.

  2. Christine says:

    Hello, I wanted to stop by and say thank you for subscribing to my blog. Have a great day!

    • julienmatei says:

      I always trust my feeling, and indeed there is something soothing and transparent about your blog. Nice connecting with you!

  3. boomiebol says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the follow. I connected with this post, very well written. Thanks for sharing.

  4. lostupabove says:

    Thank you for following my blog

  5. ~Lady Day says:

    Most ‘good’ writers write as you do, that is what I say to, the words write themselves most of the time, I just happened to be holding the pen, or typing them, I often am not certain where the words come from. Other times I purposefully ‘paint’ with them…look forward to reading more soon. ~Lady Day

  6. thank you for following, I feel the same delight and wonder at your site. following too!

  7. I look forward to enjoying your blog as well!

  8. A WordPress search on the word “joy” is what brought me to your blog and I enjoyed the post on joy that you published on 7/3/12. It is the following statement on your “About” page that will keep me following your work.

    “This blog is not about interesting concepts… it is about participation…togetherness…finding new solutions, inspiration to live a richer life.”

    I am all in for all of these! I will continue to follow your blog and participate whenever meaningful. Thank you for what you are doing.

    Steve Strother

  9. julienmatei says:


    I am very grateful for your kind feed back – literally, it means a lot, metaphorically, it is invaluable for two reasons:

    For the first, if Joy was the pointer to Mirrors of encounters, well, it means that I am following the right track 🙂
    For the second, I was kind of insecure when it comes to this particular post, as I loved it, but due to its “simpleness”, I didn´t know whether it made sense to someone else.

    Hope not to let you down, as many times I write about things we find rather awkward to look at and accept. We also have to dare looking deeply into the realms of the insidious and the obscure, before Joy – the light of all lights – can unleash itself in all its resplendence.

    My main pursuit in life is Meaning, yes, Stringency is my favorite key word. Sometimes I manage to create synthesis, sometimes not.

    It is here where participation is so valuable, cause sincere and straight dialogue put us back on the right track.

    Thank you again for your words!


    PS By the way – as it happens, you are the 101st follower of Mirrors of Encounters, kind of symbolic, don´t you think? 🙂

  10. Glad i took time to read, thank you xo

  11. Will keep in touch more regularly when i can, breaking loneliness is worded beautifully, everything you say is really thanks a lot xo

  12. Thomas Ross says:


    Important to me that you know that as I wrote today’s “Something Happened,” you and your work were there.


  13. “THE NEW has no definition yet…

    IT requires another “perception”, the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch…”

    I like that very much. It encapsulates what I feel too about us as humanity, and individuals, going forward 🙂 So, YES, let’s participate and share.


    • julienmatei says:

      I am so glad and grateful for your amiable words. Thank you!

      Just wrote this to a fellow blogger:

      “The more we come out of the shell into real togetherness, the grander the inspiration and powerfull impact we´ll spread.”

      Indeed the new paradigm is about reconsidering everything from scratch, re-defining ourselves through meaningful togetherness.

      PS Are you Dutch?

      • I like that.

        Interesting you should ask, probably the name? No, I’m not Dutch. I’m South African (and part of the “Afrikaner/ Afrikaans” tradition.

      • julienmatei says:


        Yes, the name 🙂

        Quite amazing really..It is really mind blowing: we communicate in real time – me in Sweden and you on the other side of the globe…

      • Yes, it’s quite exciting – and even more amazing is that we’re more or less in the same time zone!!

      • julienmatei says:

        the same…
        we are all south africans then 😀

        PS how do you pronounce your name…? like Vike or Veek?…

      • Pronounced as Vayk, as in lake/rake/sake – you get the drift…
        Well, if the time zone is the same, we can’t say the same about temperatures, now can we? 🙂

      • julienmatei says:

        When it comes to temperatures, today is only 10-12 degrees Celsius :((
        I am not ready for autumn…

        Is it summer on “your side” ? 😀

      • Today is about 22-23 deg C, and we’re just about to move into spring! I love summers, I love the sun and the heat. Where I come from originally, in the Karoo, mid-summer days go up to 42/43 degrees. Okay, that’s a bit exessive :), but Pretoria, where I live now, is wonderful. Temperatures all year round agreeable. Where in Sweden do you live?

  14. julienmatei says:

    Lucky you to have agreeble temperatures all year round….what a dream…

    I live in Stockholm. Beautiful city but the winters are just to long….:(

  15. iamsofree says:

    i am intrigued and reading along, you very smart and wow…

  16. wdednh says:

    Hi, thank you for the follow, you have a great blog here.

  17. yasniger says:

    Thanks for showing interest in what I put out. I sincerely hope you
    continue to find my works entertaining & pleasurable. Please invite
    others too. Be safe, be fair

    • julienmatei says:

      Tks for your visit too. Rest assured: quality draws people unobtrusively. Just let i happen!
      Fair and Real Dialogue enhances our view – that ineffable word: INSPIRATION.

      Be well

      • yasniger says:

        I love that! “Fair & real dialogue enhances our view.”

        I just tweeted it… @YasNiger

        Be well Julien


  18. julienmatei says:

    I smile 🙂
    I am pleased you heard the unobstrusive truth of these words.

    So…let´s keep it simple and alive


  19. Hey Julien, thanks for dropping by my blog and following! Hope you enjoy what you will read, and feel free to comment and share your own words of wisdom! Love your ‘About’ you, very interesting and profound! Kindest regards, Bex

    • julienmatei says:

      Bex, I am just myself, expressing an urgent inner necessity. If you say that I am “interesting and profound” it means that you are too…:) It takes one to see one…:)
      I think it is great to mirror
      each other. True Dialogue inspires, and enhances self-confidence. I try to build Wellness step by step. It is great fun to co-create
      My best regards to you too!

      • Well thank you Julien, that is very kind of you. I immensely appreciate your comment. Yes, it is!
        I see words as a powerful tool, and conduit; without them we are lost. Expression is key to a fulfilled life!
        I thoroughly enjoy reading what people have to say in their blogs; I think in them you can catch a glimpse of something special. Its part of them hidden in their words, and shared kindly here for us all to see.
        Its great to find like minded, but individual people on here who see words as inspiration, and a form of well-being.
        Best regards Julien, and thank you once again.

      • julienmatei says:

        It appears to me that the so-called bloggers are
        the light bearers of today. Bloggers dare to speak about realities we don´t find in books or elsewhere.

        I mentioned that I live in Sweden. I don´t know how people here have given up life to ferocious conformity – mainstream is virtue… It is terrible, cause as I wrote in a post yesterday, expression has become a fearsome and threatful thing, expression is anarchic. Art and emotion are relegated from real life.

        Many times I feel lonely, as whatever I say is considered “too much”.To live a real life today is highly risky, it is disturbing for most of people here. Secretely they envy and look up to you, on the other hand you are a menace. Cowardice finds great emotion very offensive. I know what i talk about, I have innumerable examples. It sounds maybe preposterous, but I kind of feel like one of the last dissidents for human dignity.

        Therefore, to find like minded is really a blessing – to feel you speak the same language, that you share a real experience, that have some kind of feed-back to your yearning, yes, to your being alive.

        Thanks God WordPress exists. Cause it is here I have found some real people.

      • I think there is a freedom to blogging, and it is highly therapeutic. It is great to find new people out there, who are bold enough to make a statement, lay their opinions and beliefs down for all to see. I enjoy hearing from people who can empathise, and bring knowledge from their world and life to your own. Its a wealth of info, and even support for those who want it.
        I am surprised by your experience in Sweden. I always believed them to be a forward thinking nation, well, from what I recall about their political systems; very democratic.
        No-one should close the door on individuality and expression, it is how we all grow and develop. Without it society would stagnate and wither.
        I feel saddened for you.

  20. seeingwhatis says:

    A funny thing is that when you experience the answer to a question, you clearly see, that there were never a question, just a misunderstanding. Wouldnt you say?
    “There are no answers, but a few fundamental questions which are the answers in them self” (to quote Jiddu Krishnamurti)

  21. Ganesh says:

    Nice blog, Julien! Thanks for following my blog. 🙂

  22. dmarkcabz says:

    Very very very well said. 🙂 think mind 🙂

    thanks for liking my post.

  23. Nirmal Bajwa says:

    i have started liking your blog.

  24. alootka says:

    Namaste, Julien. Thank you.

  25. Joy is now says:


    I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award (as did Vintage Charm). See the nomination and instructions on this post! xx

  26. Amazing blog my friend! I feel we have much in common, though at least as different, so that there is much to be shared. Thank you for your fresh perspective and your choice to convey it for others to perceive. You do not write words or thoughts, but convey a sense that can be felt.

    • julienmatei says:

      RealIy, I have received before encouraging and valuable comments, but your feedback here is
      outstanding – it leaves me without words.
      Honestly, I am floored that you could perceive this : “You do not write words or thoughts, but convey a sense that can be felt.”

      As it is this Sense beyond thoughts and words I am “aiming at” all the time.

      This heartfelt truth is most of the times hardly possible to convey in verbal undertaking. But if only one person – you – has felt my intention, It means that I am on the right track: to put words to things which usually don´t lend themselves to word…

      Thank you!

  27. Lila says:

    What are you favorite pieces of literature?

    • julienmatei says:

      I used to read a lot of literature before. There are some books by Hermann Hesse which have made a great impact on me:

      Siddharta, Steppe wolf, The Glass Bead Game, Narzis and Goldmund, Demian. The latter felt as if I was a part of it. It has deeply influenced me. Are you acquainted with it?

      I also have read almost everything by Dostoevsky. Brothers Karamazovs is a breathtaking.novel. The Deamons too.

      There is also a Romanian writer Panait Istrati – some parts of his books are very colorful too.

      I also like Goethe a lot. Faust. There is a book I am partciluarly fond of by Johan Eckermann – Conversations With Goethe which Nietzsche considered German literature´s greatest work.

      What about you?

      • Lila says:

        I am behind on reading classics, but the book that has made an impression on me is The Great Gatsby. It was the first one I read in high school and the writing was so poetic it caught me off guard. As you put it, it was colorful. I’m sure I’ll find another book that will do the same and more to me now as I read other ones.

        My mission as a reader is to catch up to and surpass voracious readers like you; you have a thorough list that makes me look illiterate in comparison. So I’m happy about your response–I will definitely use your list to add to my reading material. And who knows, maybe you can start reading again the way you did before and we can discuss them together. What say you? 🙂 I am starting a reading marathon on my blog, I’d love it if you’d be one of the firsts to join me once I set it up.

        If anyone else sees this, they can let me know if they’re interested, anytime, so I can add them to the list.

        Peace & Love,

  28. Stephanie Jill Rudd says:

    Oh I so like this. There are so many things I resonate with. Especially the estrangement and the difficulty in expressing…finding words to describe what comes to us as a whole sense sensation and not just words is soooo difficult!! I also find it takes me time to understand what I have written many years before…its like time has to unfurl and then the “me” catches up with it!

    • julienmatei says:

      That´s the right word: estrangement.

      Isn´t it so…?

      Everything is a constant surprise, but the biggest one is the moment when you “catch up” with yourself, as if some parts of you knew before you realized you know.

      This uncontrolable “I” is the best part of me.

      If we had the readiness to understand more of this unaccountable inner process…Indeed, those ineffable parts of our psyche which function outside time and space…
      That autonomous part in me has its own ways, and I confess, it baffles me invariably.

      Alas, the limited cannot understand the limitless, likewise, we cannot approach the unfathomable with the fathomable – that´s the difficult part. If we want to know anything valuable. we have to be willing to empty ourselves of whatever we think we know…

      Such a paradox attempting to put in words something it really doesn´t lend itself to verbalization…

      Yet…we try.

      Thank you for your appreciation!

      Let me tell you that I am very moved by the way you write.

      I am glad we “bumped” into each other!

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  30. jalal michael sabbagh.http://gravatar.com/jmsabbagh86@gmail.com says:

    Great post.I think we need openness and to listen to the others.Thank you for liking my post (the sage farmer ) Regards.jalal

  31. Hi Julien

    I’ve nominated you for the SUNSHINE AWARD! I really enjoy reading your blog, nice one.

    To accept the award follow the rules at: http://postsofhypnoticsuggestion.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/look-what-happened/

    Wishing you all the best

  32. AMERICAN MALE says:

    Howdy, Thanks for visiting American Male I hope you come back and visit real soon!

  33. joseasanoj says:

    Good Posts..
    Sanoj Jose (Author, My Day Out With An Angel)

  34. Redo You Project says:

    Very profound insights here. We must always look for healthy and productive ways to improve ourselves and hope that will impact the people around us. “Expression often leads to less depression” is a belief of mine. Getting things off our chest in a healthy way can be good for the soul as they say!

    Thank you for dropping in and following us!

    Take care,

  35. You’re a necessary stop on the path to where I’m going. I’m so grateful to be able to hear your thoughts. They are wise and truthful and spoken from an open heart.
    From one mirror to another.

    • julienmatei says:

      As you say:
      Fom one mirror to another.

      It takes one wise and honest person to appreciate another one speaking from the heart,

      I am so grateful for yr kind feedback. I am glad our paths cross in this mighty Universe.

  36. Hi Julien,

    I should have done this earlier; but anyway, thank you for following my blog.

    I can see that you have a very inquiring mind…

    Best wishes.

    • julienmatei says:


      Let´s better put it this way: It is inquiry who has me…
      No reason to thank – like-mind finds like-mind…

      I bow,


  37. What’s your experience like right now?
    What are you working on?
    I’ve had new inspirations…a-ha’s…not ready to take form yet into words, but exciting all the same.
    Splendid, peaceful, here.

    • julienmatei says:

      Hi Andrea,

      Isn’t it funny? I can answer to comments, even reblog posts – mine or others – but inexplicably, I can’t write any new posts from my kindle…

      That to answer yr question about my so-called experience in a slightly indirect manner.

      Certain things just don’t work, other things work seamlessly without me acting purposely.
      So it’s not my particular experience which counts, but the fact that I allow myself to be “experienced”.

      The same goes for “working” – just now, again, I am being “worked”…that most likely would sound mighty strange for the average “rational” person.

      Practically speaking for the time being, I don’t do, but undo…likewise, instead of learning, I unlearn…I just give myself the chance to pursue whatever inner whim this summer. Simply follow the wind.

      To live with no trace, to witness the grass growing…

      I sit now at this terrace and watch the sparrows in utter amazement. Such delight. Most confessedly birds teach me more about life than humans do…

      So, instead of “doing” I watch everything aimlessly…Such a blessing to observe and be observed.

      I sense something inexpressibly “new” in myself, and, like you a new powerful inspiration.
      Different aha’s – as you call them…insights which don’t lend themselves to words…-yet…

      It is incredibly exciting but also painfully difficult to make the switch to this totally uncommon way of perception…

      Sometimes it’s very hard…A very lonely process…It feels oftentimes like you are totally on your own, with no one standing beside you…But the glimpses of joy you feel when you have made it to “the other shore” surpass any human made image…

      • Wow ~ such lovely expression, Julien. I love this allowing to be experienced, being worked. Relinquishing control ~ exquisite. I need to work on this right now. Your message is heard.
        Yes, I feel this. Exciting yet difficult to make the switch indeed. It’s a constant switch as well, there’s no end, for the end is the end of breath, not the end of awakening to self. That’s what amazes me; I expected my spiritual awakening to lead me to the end of the BS. That somehow the drama would magically stop. Little did I know awakening would provide tools to better deal with the drama without losing myself in the process.
        Now, it’s becoming blatantly clear that awakening is just that, being awakened to self. Being awakened to the need to actively be hear aka letting go of all the other stuff.
        Remaining mindful…ever-changing. This is it.
        I feel the difficulty as well. I mirror your feelings of loneliness at times. In fact, there are times where I wish I was back on the other side surrounded by the fog of not knowing any better. Those times are few and far between nowadays, but still cross my mind from time to time.
        The feeling of being alone is present for me as well. Sometimes, I read that there are many people going through this right now, the awakening of the world. But, honestly, there are times where I can’t see it, self-reflection I know. But this is where blogging has been of great benefit for me. Meeting people like yourself, who share such similar thoughts and feelings, makes me KNOW I’m not alone. There’s nothing like resonating with another’s heart. It’s the most beautiful moment to connect.
        Oh, the joy of ‘the other shore’ is amazing. It’s the key in knowing that the path, although lonely and unknowing at times, is the path we’re meant to walk.
        Something’s stirring ~ I don’t like “energy forecasts” and all the other stuff. But, there’s something lovely in the air. I can feel challenges arising in me. Time to clear more stuff out. Perhaps it’s why I’m a bit blocked in my communication at the moment.
        It’s hard to find the words, when you’re still searching for the feeling.
        We’re getting ready to take off to Hong Kong for vacation. I’m really looking forward to a change of scenery, new food, new faces, just new. I need to get lost in it for a while, to experience with no expectation.
        I also need a ‘technology’ break. I just need to float for a while. Like you, I need to just observe and be observed.
        Feel, love, process, love, release, rejuvenate, rest. These are my current needs. I’m looking forward to shining my energy inward for a while I suppose. Keeping a bit more than usual for myself, type thing. 🙂
        Sending lots of love, peace, and all that’s in between the two!

  38. I sent you an email – check your junk as it’s coming from my hotmail! 🙂

  39. overcoming depression says:

    Greta blog; waiting for your posts. Thanks for visiting me and deciding to follow.

  40. uldissprogis says:

    Politics, society, education, economics, religion, situation ethics, language, and even theoretical physics is plagued by historical subjective biases mythology and present modern mythology which keeps humans leading inefficient largely trivial lives which threaten biodiversity and the long duration survival of humanity. Common sense is really uncommon sense not lead by the prevailing mythology but guided by the pursuit of objective truth an an attempt to apply it to your personal life and hopefully eventually to other’s lives in society so that it starts to change for the better. There is biased subjective common sense living within a mythological world and there is true common sense which deals with as objective a truth as possible which I have dedicated my life to pursuing and describing. Best wishes. Uldis

  41. B. L. Crisp says:

    And you must keep sharing for we are the cosmos and each experience and new thought further expands the universe from life to death, from existing to being, and from nothingness to solidity. Blessings to you!

  42. Casey says:

    Very thought-provoking. Thanks for following my blog.


  43. Julien, I hope you will accept this Sunshine Award.. you bring the Sun with your posts 🙂

    With Love and Gratitude Sue

  44. “Literature, like abstract philosophy, is outdated” … I discovered this too. After a long love affair with literature, I discovered something far more enchanting: reality! Thanks for following my blog. Best wishes, Narelle.

    • julienmatei says:


      Thank you for highlighting these words, that are considered rampant and quite offensive by those writers who haven´t had a similar insight.

      Let´s keep the dialogue alive.

      Best regards back to you,


    • julienmatei says:

      “I discovered something far more enchanting: reality!”

      Love this…

  45. TBS says:

    I wonder what happened. I lost you in my Follow list. Hmm…

    Must research.

    I was beginning to get a little concerned with the silence. =]


  46. TBS says:

    I don’t know how, but the Follow switch was turned off.

    Back now. =]

  47. TBS says:

    Me too!

  48. TBS says:

    Grace notes. 🙂

  49. TBS says:

    I hope all is well.

    I am.

    Peace to you and yours.

  50. Gede Prama says:

    Thank you for sharing this article quite interesting and, hopefully true happiness rays began to warm our hearts, when we can share it with sincerity. Greetings from Gede Prama 🙂

    • julienmatei says:

      The readiness and urge to see that we are all intertwined makes us sincerely interested in “the other one”

      We can give, granted that there is interest to receive…

      Thank you for your words,


  51. Mélanie says:

    check out your inbox, please… 🙂 à+! 😉

  52. YOHAMI says:

    great stuff.

  53. Desmond Horn says:

    Long time no see , if this is the same Julien that played piano 88 or 89 on Örtagården?

    Nice poems, i still miss that book man 🙂 Hope everything is allright with you.

    Best regards

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  55. CultFit says:

    How do I begin to – Thank You – for stopping over and following my humble blog-o-thing?!? I wish you the very best, not only today but well into the future. Be inspired and please take care.

    • julienmatei says:

      You see,

      If we have a coherent and meaningful Now, we will also have a rewarding “future”.

      So, let´s bring everything into this Present Moment, and allow it to be our true abode!

      Thank you for your heartfelt words.

      A lot of inspiration and best wishes from me too!

      Let´s keep ourselves alive 🙂

  56. petrige says:

    Salut Julien, am nevoie de tine. Te rog ia legătura cu mine. Vezi e-mail. Mulțumesc!

  57. remanandhra says:

    Most authentically wonderful blog! In and out. If Søren Kierkegaard lived today, he could very well be the author of this blog. You really seem to me to resemble him so much! I could spend a whole day here. Perhaps I will…

    • julienmatei says:

      Gee…Thank you for your sincere appreciation! 🙂

      I am thinking actually that it takes one to see one…

      I have been likened to all kinds of philosophers, but Kierkegaard…

      So if I was Kirkegaard, who would you be?…:)

      Please answer on my mail, if you wish:


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