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It's 3 in the morning and he is outside, walking. The street lamps on the quiet street do nothing to illuminate the darkness engulfing his mind, his heart, his soul. He is finally broken. He wishes now that he was brave enough to end it somehow. Keep walking like Johnny Walker. Away. Another city? Another country? Perhaps...

I was born to be a writer. To see the world in pure silence, to feel its rhythms and its impulses and to figure out how to express that on paper. On most days, when I am being successful as a writer, I stand in the shadows and watch people as they go about their...

At some point when I was in my twenties, I did very many jobs - at one time, I had five jobs: I was working in a small consulting firm business from 7am-4pm, a cyber cafe (they were necessary and mainstream those days) from 4.30pm to 7.30pm, I served cocktails in a hotel from 8pm to midnight...