A Lost Train of Thoughts.

59% of YouTube users skip ads – suggests a recent study –for varied reasons. It is now 10:00 PM of what has been one of those long, stressful days. It is raining outside. I am on the couch drowning in my own ocean of thoughts as I endlessly sip from a mug of coffee whilst... Continue Reading →


The Blood, the Sweat, and the Tears.

Doing what you love is not as rosy as society makes it seem. Often, it is always the best parts that are made known to us because, in a way, success stories are meant to encourage us to apply ourselves. And they have a way of making it look so seamless; as if there are... Continue Reading →

When She Finally Fits In.

She was your normal 19-year-old, had a teddy bear and kept a cat. She named her Candy. Like everyone her age today, she had an Instagram account, though with not so many followers; which is ironic because with a generation that fishes disciples from the interwebs, following alone is validation enough to earn one a... Continue Reading →

Of Choices, Turning Points and New Beginnings. 

“The turning point in the process of growing is when you discover the core of strength within you that survives all hurt.”   ~Max Lerner. We are all in a continuous state of searching and discovering. It is a process full of trials and errors from us. Perfection is just but an illusion. We hop from one... Continue Reading →

Looking For The Meaning of Life.

 23. No house of my own. No car and worst of all, no beard to show for it. But I swear I can feel my hair turn grey. Should I be worried? It is my first time. Does life as we know it change once one turns 23? Is this the age where people start... Continue Reading →

First One Down!

In the fall 2014, a good friend asked what my resolutions for the year to come were and which ones I intended to stay true to. For me, that question was kind of hard to respond to because I hold the view that our lives are predestined; if something is meant to happen at a... Continue Reading →

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