Monday, March 5, 2007
(In)visibility of Nobodyhood
She watched Lai refill ketchup bottles at the food court, expertly shaking, capping, pouring. The empty ones were tossed into the cart. It was a thankless job that goes unnoticed and often unappreciated. She was certainly guilty. And at moments like this, she often believed that sincerity was the cheapest of virtues.