I realised many things the day my father died. One, I lost everything and two, my life was going to spiral out of control. Both of which are true, and both of which made me fall into this pit of potential depression. I admit one thing; I had thought about death many times since then.… Continue reading taking control of my life
We meet strangers who come and go, some who stay longer and some whom we truly connect with. These people are what makes us who we are, and they help us define the kind of person who choose to be. Through experiences, I have met many who shaped the person I am today, and I… Continue reading experiences
Here's a story that I never forget, of a time long ago witnessed by yours truly. I was young, unknowing and at that age, completely clueless of the world around me. As someone who was protected by the world, I sought to discover much on my own only to be taught that this world is… Continue reading grief and loss
I've spoken to many people in my life, many of which suffered from an envy-syndrome that drove them insane out of their minds. It was a mix of anguish, indistinguishable from failure with envy of the people better than them. I quote some lines from a writer whom I haven't heard of till the point… Continue reading be you or be your better?
My past has always been a shadow of the being that I am today. Regardless, I learned from it well despite the fluctuations of fortune as well as problems that arose in between then and now. When I was younger, I took pride in the thought ingrained in me that I was the only one… Continue reading The Past, Present and Future
To a person unknown to me, it would seem bitter and heartless but from my perception, it seeks out the truth from what I only see. Looking at the bigger picture, I see what actions say as opposed to the words that speak only little.