amanrandhawa:

Who could ever love people who like-Free Jazz-Opera-Calculus
Feeling a little grumpy and lonely, today.
I do like those, things, though; except for Calculus and sometimes, free jazz and opera.

amanrandhawa:

Who could ever love people who like
-Free Jazz
-Opera
-Calculus

Feeling a little grumpy and lonely, today.

I do like those, things, though; except for Calculus and sometimes, free jazz and opera.

Mama and I have been cooking up tiny feasts nearly everyday. 
Here’s a plate of hummus, falafel and some zingy cucumber salad with lots of mint and chilli. 👌

Mama and I have been cooking up tiny feasts nearly everyday.
Here’s a plate of hummus, falafel and some zingy cucumber salad with lots of mint and chilli. 👌

The Jerk -1979

I just saw The Jerk. I hadn’t seen it before and it surprised me! Its funny and absurd. Steve Martin crafts his jokes in a manner that is so different from every other comedian i’ve seen. I’d only ever seen films he did in the 90’s or later.

But I’ve reading bits and pieces of his book and watching his old stand-up routines and I FINALLY got around to watching The Jerk. He’s a genius! and in a way I didn’t expect. 

This film is so beautifully absurd.

This column will change your life: invisibles

amanrandhawa:

In Zweig’s telling, invisibles aren’t necessarily introverts. Nor does their dislike of the limelight mean they’re deprived of financial or professional success, or confined to old-fashioned industries. What they all share, instead, is “a reverse skill set, hell, a reverse attitude about life, in a culture that seeks endless pats on the back”

Invisibles are the ultimate intrinsically motivated workers, and may be “more prosperous, healthier and grounded” as a result. “