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July 7, 2013


Think of something that you can’t live without, or perhaps your life will be incomplete without having or possessing it. The feeling is weakening, doesn’t it? People like us, no matter how much we deny it, has a little sense of materialism, or for some, favorites. Whenever we see it, or doing it makes our […]


June 26, 2013


Have you ever felt so trapped in your life? As if you only have one road to take and you have no choice but to follow it. Like, even if you would meet a cross road, you’ll eventually arrive at a point where those two roads would meet? Is it really hard to deflect what […]

Mourning Celebrations

April 9, 2013


I thought of skipping April 9, 2013’s Daily Prompt: Do over! because I know I’ll constantly be doing some edits and do-overs of my blog entries. But then, I remembered this entry that I once promised myself of adding “more” content. So, I guess this pretty much counts as a monumentuous do over. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ I was just […]

Summer Opportunities

April 8, 2013


The dry season is usually coined with summer. A few years back, I got to meet a successful businessman. He greeted me his beautiful smile and said, “Good Morning!”. At that time, I got confused so I asked him, “Good morning? But it’s 8 o’clock in the evening.” You know what he said? “In business, you […]

Alma Mater

April 7, 2013


Life brings us a lot of surprises, whether we like it or not. We just have to deal with it. That’s part of the package. What sets us apart from other people is how we deal with the surprises that life brings us. Newness often brings fear and confusion. It’s good to be scared, because […]

Sentimental Love

April 5, 2013


One of the reasons why people get so sentimental is because of the fond memories we share with the people around us. The memories that we share with people won’t change, while everything else does, nor will they disappear, like dust in the wind. We may forget them at times, but something may trigger those […]