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Everyday NhanSense – Day 40

Everyday NhanSense – Day 40

——————————————————————————————————————————————– Everyday NhanSense: Each day, I will blog about something that comes to mind. My goal is to practice writing about my hobbies, my interests, my opinions and so forth. Day 40’s Topic: Regret. ——————————————————————————————————————————————– It takes a lot of guts to admit something about myself, at least in regards to how I have been for at least four of the past five years. I have been weak. Outright weak as a person. Weak in terms of willpower. Weak in terms of…

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Chasing Shadows

Chasing Shadows

For a long while, I have been someone who chased after the shadows of other people. What I mean is, I have always tried to seek out and catch up with someone in a given area. In social situations. In journalism. In gaming. In just about everything … at least until I realized I needed to think twice about why I was adamant about doing so.

Getting Back on One’s Feet

Getting Back on One’s Feet

It’s been a wobbly and clumsy endeavor to get back on my feet metaphorically, but life has been going well for me. I am feeling healthier and more productive than usual. I actually have some spending money to my name, albeit not as much as I would like. Nonetheless, perseverance pays off when you put forth the required effort and energy. “Luck is tenacity of purpose.” –  Elbert Hubbard

Getting Back on One’s Feet

Getting Back on One’s Feet

It’s been a wobbly and clumsy endeavor to get back on my feet metaphorically, but life has been going well for me. I am feeling healthier and more productive than usual. I actually have some spending money to my name, albeit not as much as I would like. Nonetheless, perseverance pays off when you put forth the required effort and energy. “Luck is tenacity of purpose.” –  Elbert Hubbard

Dig Deep

Dig Deep

First off, be amazed by my pro Paint skills. On a serious note, I wanted to write a bit about how I have been able to fight against my depression symptoms so effectively for the past few months.

Brotherhood

Brotherhood

I am supposed to be a big brother to my two younger brothers, but there are times when I know I am not doing an adequate job. In fact, I haven’t been a good big brother for a really long time now. Sure, I could try to rationalize my lack of proper, big brother stuff to my depression symptoms and other woes, but who am I kidding? There is no justifiable excuse for what I have been to my siblings.