Grieving yet fighting

There will be days when you will feel okay, ready to face the world like nothing happened. But there will be days also when emptiness will still be felt; days when pain will be more apparent. Grief is a terrible feeling. It has random triggers, and every trigger will give you different levels of pain…

Rainy weather thoughts

I am not a big fan of rain. The gloomy weather invites gloomy thoughts and unreasonable sadness. Aside from the sluggishness that comes with it, the rain gives me all the reasons to disregard all the will power I am left with. Don’t get me wrong. I am still thankful for the rain, especially that…

Scarred and Scared

Your 20s is the time when you feel so healthy and alive. You do not feel that you are vulnerable to any disease even though you binge on junk food, sleep late, sleep less, do lots of things without getting proper rest, and the list could go on and on and on. Put simply, it…

Worry is a Waste of Time

I worry too much, even if there is nothing to be worried about. I am praning, if you must say. I always have to think overthink about every situation, which leads to restlessness and more stress. I know it is not healthy, but bad habits die hard, I guess. But I believe that correcting one’s behavior…

Make a Stand

My Facebook newsfeed and Twitter timeline have never experienced a rest with all the exchange of heated debates regarding all the hullabaloos happening here in the country and abroad. I, myself, can’t help but to share my personal point of view, when all the things I happen to read in my social media accounts are…

The Dash

Disclaimer: This is a recycled post (but an enhanced version) from my old blog. Have you ever noticed the dash (-) situated in the middle of the date people were born in, and the date they died? It is very surprising how our life, no matter how short or long it is, can be summed up with…