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In the Meantime March 9, 2012

Filed under: lost & found — Lucila Soto @ 5:56 pm

Starbucks planet
May life take you far,
Transform your mind,
Open it wide.
May you be who you are,
In all freedom,
In all truthfulness,
In all acceptance.
May you keep looking,
Hungrily, feverishly, madly.
May we be together again,
Aleatory, unexpectedly.
Paired with a freshly pressed cuppa,
in that, our corner of the Starbucks planet.




The things we do (to Jorge, my brother)

This we do for us, only for us, ourselves and I.

We cry, we sweat, we excel.

We do not agree, we are not satisfied

We do not conform.

This we do for us, only for us, ourselves and I.

We feel proud, we glow, we shine brighter than before,

and then we smile.

Because we are in search of ourselves this we do:

we go back to our roots, we listen within and we nurture

what we once were told.

Fighting against the unbearable strength of destiny while biting on a strawberry popsicle. November 10, 2011

Filed under: lost & found — Lucila Soto @ 4:24 pm

It has happened before, it will happen again.
You have been there, as have I.
Sometimes the wind blows so hard,
that even the thickest of trees,
brakes succumbing to its power.

Will. Ethic. Belief. Tradition.
Even Paul Anderson or psychoanalysis.
They do not stand a chance.
When it happens, it just happens.

Bowling Alley

Filed under: lost & found — Lucila Soto @ 4:22 pm

I have never
a friend is a master
trophies, finals
the whole nine yards.

He says bowling is life
lines are paths
pins are thoughts
the ball is decision

I’m no good
with metaphors
life is, I think

we travel
never seeing enough
never doing enough
never wanting enough
never getting enough

one of these days
I’ll do the bowling

Pics by paxsimius, Flickr’s Creative Commons.

How to Spot a Compulsive Liar

Filed under: lost & found — Lucila Soto @ 4:15 pm

How to Spot a Compulsive Liar
By eHow Health Editor

Compulsive liars are different from pathological liars or those who only lie periodically. There is often no obvious reason for the lying, and different underlying motivations exist for compulsive liars than for other types of liars. Certain warning signs can help you discern whether you are dealing with a compulsive liar, so read on to learn what these are.

Step 1

Notice how often the person seemingly lies. Compulsive liars lie on a regular and ongoing basis; it is a habit in which they participate almost all the time.

Step 2

Consider the apparent ease with which a person tells a lie. If they appear uncomfortable or nervous, then chances are that they are not a compulsive liar. Lying comes naturally to a compulsive liar, who looks and feels more comfortable lying than telling the truth.

Step 3

Focus on the types of things that the person lies about. A compulsive liar often lies about anything and everything, even small, seemingly insignificant things.

Step 4

Evaluate the motivation behind the person’s lying. If the person seems to lie simply when it is beneficial for them or when it gets them out of an awkward situation, they are probably not a compulsive liar. Someone who is a compulsive liar generally lies because doing so is a habit and not because they are trying to manipulate others.

Step 5

Think about the person’s personality characteristics to determine whether they fit the stereotype of a compulsive liar. Often, compulsive liars begin this habit to get attention from others or to make themselves appear better in some way, so a compulsive liar may have issues with poor self-esteem.

Step 6

Examine whether a potential compulsive liar recognizes their behavior. Because lying is such an ingrained habit for a compulsive liar, they may not even recognize that they are doing it, or they may deny the behavior.

Step 7

Look at the person’s ability to remain consistent in what they say. A compulsive liar may have a difficult time keeping their stories straight since they have injected so many lies into what they have told other people.

For more on Liars visit:
If you have a compulsive liar in your life, you better run.

Pics from Flickr, posted as Creative Commons by id-iom & teaeff

Necessity [as in you are a necessity]

Filed under: lost & found — Lucila Soto @ 4:02 pm


As per definition:
One entry found.

Main Entry:
\ni-?se-s?-t?, -?ses-t?\
Inflected Form(s):
plural ne·ces·si·ties
Middle English necessite, from Anglo-French necessité, from Latin necessitat-, necessitas, from necesse
14th century

1: the quality or state of being necessary
2 a: pressure of circumstance b: physical or moral compulsion c: impossibility of a contrary order or condition
3: the quality or state of being in need ; especially : poverty
4 a: something that is necessary : requirement b: an urgent need or desire
— of necessity
: in such a way that it cannot be otherwise ; also : as a necessary consequence <further changes=”” will=”” occur=”” of=”” necessity=””>Personally:
Necessity is omnipresent, it exists even if you have indulged it -make that repeatedly-, its a self-contained being.
As opposed definition to “wanting” “belief” or “liking” which are fable beings in the pampered hands of desire, always voluble, temperamental and dependent of daily happenings. They all allow the possibility of disappointment.

As once read:
Necessity is an independent concept. It has different structure from logic, morals or meaning. Its function lies entirely in the role it plays. What necessity requires DOES need to exist.


Speaking about magnets, hearts & corny-early-nighties music.

Filed under: lost & found — Lucila Soto @ 3:52 pm

There will always be rules of attraction which
à mon avis,
once found will ever exist
no matter time,
no matter space,
no matter implications, possible complications,
against all imagination, exasperation & desperation.

Day after day the attraction reappears
always tempting & comforting.
night after night my heartbeat shows
the strength of my desire & affection for you.

No matter where you are, what you’re doing
or what you become,
the rules will always apply to you.