He began dreading her appearance. Having travelled for an hour she’d step off the bus and instantly light a rolled up cigarette. Always 8:45. The cigarette was never finished before she reached the shop, so would stand outside, hacking and coughing until it was. The smell would waft in, turning his stomach, and he'd feel [...]
In the original Blade Runner film we're led to believe that Dr Eldon Tyrell's replicants are "more human than human." I see no reason why we shouldn't look to be this ourselves.
If you believe man has a future among the stars you can either dream of becoming an astronaut or plant the useful seeds of learning how to love
You make yourself more aware of its influence simply by giving it away in a form that truly benefits your fellow man
"If we’re not very cautious, the need to escape struggles, and find greater meaning, becomes the need to escape life and our humanity altogether."