People want to be remebered… even after death takes them away.
Sometimes we think it’s only us that’s experiencing or feeling what we feel, but it’s never like that.
We cannot know the true intentions of a person because we neither know what is going on in their heads nor do we know them perfectly well. Therefore, we associate the virtue of kindness based on a person’s actions. But what if a person’s actions and intentions are different from one another? Could…… Continue reading An Objective Analysis of What Kindness Is
We, the people of my age and below, were born and raised in the technological age. We grew up to see the results of the breakthroughs on the technological advancement of the past, and thus are proficient in using modern technologies. Social media, being one of the products of its advancement, has since then become…… Continue reading The Aid of Social Media in Calamities
Hope has always been there, but I let myself get lost in despair. I refused to believe that there was another way. I immersed myself in self-pity. I loathed anyone who would offer me charity. I wasn’t going to let myself be that pathetic. And yet, I still despaired. I believed I was one of the…… Continue reading Hope
We all make mistakes, but as much as possible, we avoid it. We fear making mistakes because we are afraid of being judged. Yet by doing so, we are unable to release our full potential. We cannot know our limits if we do not take risks and make mistakes. By being afraid, we are doing…… Continue reading On Making Mistakes
A repost of my first blog post from my old deleted blog. Fear has trapped us for far too long, paralyzing us from the things that we could have done, skills that we could have learned, people that we could have established relationships with, and experiences that we could have learned from and could have…… Continue reading A Prisoner Of Fear