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Sunday, April 29, 2007

Wonder Bread

There’s something to be said for “sodium stearoyl lactylate, dicalcium phosphate, ammonium sulfate and ammonium chloride,” says Alex Witchel in The New York Times (4/25/07). Specifically, Alex is talking about the wonders of Wonder Bread. And Kraft Singles and Sno Balls and Snickers bars, for that matter. And for “orange-colored cheese food,” because “once you’ve grown up with it, you’ll be hungry for it until the day it kills you.” But mostly, says Alex, this is about the “fresh Wonder Bread experience, something like eating Play-Doh shot through with air and flavored with milk.”

For Alex, this fascination began with “a tour of a Wonder Bread factory in third grade,” and then wolfing down “two fresh slices” on the bus ride home. And of course it’s not just the Wonder Bread, but also what you put on it — peanut butter, with “the jelly staining the bread like church windows.” Then there’s the tuna salad and the chicken salad, but in “the days before chicken salad turned into fruit salad (Raisins? Grapes? Nuts? Why?).” Alex is talking about “a simple salad, bound by the inimitable seal Hellmann’s makes with the bread, that yields perfect triangles of gourmet spackle.”
More:There’s something to be said for “sodium stearoyl lactylate, dicalcium phosphate, ammonium sulfate and ammonium chloride,” says Alex Witchel in The New York Times (4/25/07). Specifically, Alex is talking about the wonders of Wonder Bread. And Kraft Singles and Sno Balls and Snickers bars, for that matter. And for “orange-colored cheese food,” because “once you’ve grown up with it, you’ll be hungry for it until the day it kills you.” But mostly, says Alex, this is about the “fresh Wonder Bread experience, something like eating Play-Doh shot through with air and flavored with milk.”

For Alex, this fascination began with “a tour of a Wonder Bread factory in third grade,” and then wolfing down “two fresh slices” on the bus ride home. And of course it’s not just the Wonder Bread, but also what you put on it — peanut butter, with “the jelly staining the bread like church windows.” Then there’s the tuna salad and the chicken salad, but in “the days before chicken salad turned into fruit salad (Raisins? Grapes? Nuts? Why?).” Alex is talking about “a simple salad, bound by the inimitable seal Hellmann’s makes with the bread, that yields perfect triangles of gourmet spackle.”
More:http://reveries.com/

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Tagore In my Garden

An unbelieving smile flits on your eyes when I come to you to
take my leave.

I have done it so often that you think I will soon return.
To tell you the truth I have the same doubt in my mind.
For the spring days come again time after time; the full moon
takes leave and comes on another visit, the flowers come again
and blush upon their branches year after year, and it is likely
that I take my leave only to come to you again.

But keep the illusion awhile;
do not send it away with ungentle haste.

When I say I leave you for all time, accept it as true, and let a
mist of tears for one moment deepen the dark rim of your eyes.

Then smile as archly as you like when I come again.
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I long to speak the deepest words I have to say to you; but I
dare not, for fear you should laugh.
That is why I laugh at myself and shatter my secret in jest.
I make light of my pain, afraid you should do so.

I long to tell you the truest words I have to say to you; but I
dare not, being afraid that you would not believe them.
That is why I disguise them in untruth, saying the contrary of
what I mean.
I make my pain appear absurd, afraid that you should do so.

I long to use the most precious words I have for you; but I dare
not, fearing I should not be paid with like value.
That is why I gave you hard names and boast of my callous
strength.
I hurt you, for fear you should never know any pain.

I long to sit silent by you; but I dare not lest my heart come
out at my lips.
That is why I prattle and chatter lightly and hide my heart
behind words.
I rudely handle my pain, for fear you should do so.

I long to go away from your side; but I dare not, for fear my
cowardice should become known to you.
That is why I hold my head high and carelessly come into your
presence.
Constant thrusts from your eyes keep my pain fresh for ever.

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World Without Words

I was sitting and thinking that how we people had,have and will make words into as much different shape as we can .But Imagine if there is no words then there could be any world?.No name,definitions,no character would be associated with anybody as we can express or shown any thing what we feel or think in words.Suddenly voice came from animals who rarely speak but he says but still we know our character ,quality,inclinations,habits however we cant express in words but we could talk with eyes,"animals concluded."
I said "Ya,its possible to communicate without words but if from inception of earth there would have no words then how any beings could know or talk with even eye as nobody know how to call something?
Valid Point,"animals said".(IN PASSING THOUGHTS).

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62 ways To say "I Love You"

Hope these helps you to re-define and enhance your relationships. 62 Ways to Say "I Love You":

Say "I love you."
Don't compare them to anyone.
Be courteous at all times.
Embrace the present moments without fear or guilt.
Live by the Golden Rule (Do unto others….).
Give them your full attention when talking.
Become their biggest fan!
Toast each other regularly.
Tell them how they bring love to your life.
Share funny quotes or events.
Talk about your day during mealtimes.
Read books aloud together.
Say you're sorry.
Recall good and bad memories.
Let go any bad experience and anger.
Encourage health in all its forms.
Let the tears flow together.
Act silly together.
Be lavish in praise.
Ask questions about opinions, feelings, thoughts.
Forget about labels.
Encourage adventures and risks!
Show your joy when they come home.
Bake cookies.
Forget about past mistakes.
Use flannel sheets in the winter.
Solve problems together - crosswords or war.
Show your gratitude for them.
Be a good sounding board.
More:http://www.ruhanirabin.com/2007/04/20/62-ways-to-say-i-love-you/

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