I love to talk. However, a part of me says how foolish it is to say too much; a time bomb counting on how many minutes to spare before I regret speaking in the first place. I see extroverted people who are comfortably surrounded with all the noise and current trends that I sometime question… Continue reading Babble Chatter
Two men were kneeling on the floor scrubbing it using a dingy sponge. While cleaning, both were carrying large bricks on top of their backs. This is to motivate them in finishing the task. The first man had a quiet and grumpy demeanor while the second had a positive vibe on him. During their task,… Continue reading Positivity With Bricks
I visited my grandfather on his death anniversary at my mother's hometown. I find traveling tiresome on a good weekend. Saturdays and Sundays are reserved for my own, in my room reading novels. However, it's been awhile since I last visited lolo. Therefore, as reluctant as I was, I urged myself to wake up on… Continue reading Traveling Clears the Mind
A young boy took his lunchbox to school. He might have passed as an ordinary schoolboy bringing his lunch. People would not even speculate anything peculiar about him. However, little did they know that the boy was a witch's son. "My son, I want you to take this lunch box I have carefully prepared for… Continue reading Magical Lunchbox
I recently came across a website explaining the possibility of depression as a tangible matter rather than a mental one. It was not a huge surprise for me, since I read an article long ago about the scientists' decision on relabeling depression as a physical type of illness. Don't worry, it is not, fortunately, contagious.… Continue reading Mind Over Matter or Matter Over Mind?
One of the greatest gifts I'm thankful for is my ability to notice what is often overlooked. At a tender age of five or so, I vaguely remember the time when I used to stare at the endless starry night sky thinking on how and why God placed such bright lights in a disorderly (but… Continue reading Reality Under a Canvas
Whenever I'm alone, thoughts would surge through my head like different clips on a video editor. They distract my present self and autopilot kicks in. Have you ever experienced thoughts of eccentricities wherein they were so far-fetched that once you returned to your self-awareness, you got bewildered by that sudden pop-up of idea? But that… Continue reading Amusing Thoughts