Jaha Selassie

I never judge a murder by the weapon only the rage that he felt when he dealt with the physiological phase

I wonder how Rose deceased husband felt when she went into the afterlife and reunited with Jack instead of him.. #Titanic

Story of my life

Remembering to Forget

"Some people want to forget. But I want to remember. Remember every inch of your body. The rise and fall of your chest once the night turns into day break. How your body curls under the sheets and your head rest gracefully upon the pillow.
I want to remember the years. All of the laughs and fights. The stupid road trips and late night outings. When we celebrated birthdays and anniversaries. The way I hated your car in the summer. And the way you would look at me after a shower. After all of the makeup was gone. Every day. I want to remember.
I want to carry your touch in my heart. The feeling of our bodies barely touching. Your arms wrapped around me. The way your chest hair would tickle my cheek as I listened to your heartbeat. When you would come in from work and lay down beside me and just be there. They say actions speak louder than words.
But oh dear your words. I never want to forget the way your lips moved and tongue curled to say the words I hold deep in my heart. Or the way you fumbled over your words. Tripping at the hushed sounds in the phonetic alphabet. The laughter that makes me feel at home. The sound of your voice as your head peaks out from behind a nights worth of sheets.
I will remember. Everyday. For forever. Because today I am better. Today I have defeated my demons. Today is the first day of many more days to remember.”

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A bottle of red made with data.
Finding the perfect wine used to mean going to a good wine store, discussing your future meal with a sales person and trying to remember the wine the next time you buy. Now all you have to do is go to a website, like that of Bordeaux-based fine wine merchant Millesima. With data, they can help any customer, anywhere in the world, select the right bottle, for the right meal, the right climate, time of year, you name it. Plus you don’t have to soak off the label to remember the name and vintage when you want to buy it again. Explore more stories →