When people do you wrong, all you have to do is be still. When chaos brings forth anger, have a friend with you to check your emotion meter at all times. When you want to burst out, always reflect that there may be a higher possibility of you regretting it later. Always remember to take… Continue reading Patience
No man is an island indeed. I have or had been frequently disturbed by my neurotic tendencies. The word neurosis is often associated with a slur, which is why most people do not admit to their tendency of feeling heightened emotions. Often as not, I put on a facade of impassiveness, but never with purpose.… Continue reading Breathing Exercise
This year marks my 4-year long membership with Goodreads. As what I have mentioned in my previous blogs , I have become an avid reader at 14 years old (I give credit to our 1 month of no internet connection due to errors of our internet signal). The incident gave me an opportunity to commit on… Continue reading My Best Reads 2017
Chronophobia is described as an individual's irrational perception of time. It is the fear of tomorrow or time passing by. I am certain that you have oftentimes heard of older people saying "Time flies so fast". If they were asked about their fondest memory, they would oft reply "When I was a kid..", "When I… Continue reading Chronophobia
I have read a good article about what we call as education. What is education anyway? Is the education we know today suffice the needs for the betterment of our world, or is it just there as an obligation to teach students without concrete objective of its ultimate goal? read it here: 95 Ways Education "Hurts" Students by… Continue reading Is Education an Education?
I woke up early in the morning briefly disoriented of my surroundings. The hot sunny weather sizzled my room to the point of discomfort, but I did not mind; because at that moment I was temporarily accompanied by feelings of .. emptiness. No, I am not talking about emptiness as a negative connotation here, as… Continue reading Intrinsic Noise
Since it’s my school’s semestral break, I have taken time reading a certain book regarding sleeping sickness entitled Asleep: The Forgotten Epidemic That Remains One of Medicine’s Greatest Mysteries by Molly Caldwell Crosby. I rarely read non-fictional volumes, but I always abide to my principle that everything should be balanced between reality and fiction. Also,… Continue reading Encephalitis Lethargica: The Mysterious Sleeping Sickness Epidemic