“Virginity is a mistake and a waste, and a courtesan is of more value to mankind than a nun.”
HFE: Well, here’s Pema Chödrön to officially say “Fuck you, Antonio. Clearly, they didn’t have quality nuns like me back in your day.”
Shadow of Chaos: Isn’t this book already a collection of highlights?
HFE: Yes. But we’re highlighting it anyway! There’s a lot of paragraphs in this book. Internetizens prefer 1-3 sentence soundbites.
Shadow of Chaos, judgy. Shadow no longer wonders why everyone’s as bratty as Faenor: I see.
HFE: I challenged myself to grab a quote from each lesson.
Shadow of Chaos: And how did that go?
HFE: Read on and find out! Instead of page numbers, I listed “chapter” numbers instead.
Shadow of Chaos picks up the list. Daer eyes lock on to the highlights: Noted.
Continue reading “Highlighting The Pocket Pema Chödrön: Edited by Eden Steinberg” →
Shelly Morgan (She/Her) is a queer artist, eccentric creator, and mad scientist. I asked her about herself and her content, as well as content she’s been enjoying recently. You can check out Shelly Morgan at the links at the end of the interview.
Continue reading “Interview with Shelly Morgan” →
Want to get to know me without having to read about my terrible parents? So do I!
Here’s a list of 32 TV shows, books, movies, and videogames that may tell you quite a bit about me.
Continue reading “Get to Know HFE with 32 Pieces of Media” →
when i think about faenor, what jumps to my mind is that scene from
lilo & stitch where lilo and nani are arguing over what to do about stitch.
nani quite rightly wants to get rid of him cuz
he's been nothing but trouble and destructive.
Continue reading “Fëanárolantë” →
Backed on Kickstarter disclosure!
Read my thoughts on previous parts of the book.
Warnings for this section:
- Claudine: Manipulation.
- Aftermath: Depression, loss of a loved one, mental illness (general).
- Whispers of Autumn: Loss of a loved one.
- Lost and Found: Loss of a loved one, medication use, mental illness (general).
Beware of spoilers, all who enter here!
Continue reading “Reading Where Decay Sleeps Part 4” →
just saw a privileged person complaining about how the Newcomers don’t read the Classics, and let me tell you,
as a Newcomer who read a lot of Classics for college, um… no.
Continue reading “Newcomers, Don’t Read the Classics” →
the walls have ears and
the paintings talk.
so be careful what you read
or the art will snitch and stab.
Continue reading “Art Museum in Another World” →