The 54th Deadline: Regardless of failure or success, you learn. Life grants people so many chances to get it right. The sands in the hourglass keep pouring down in my mind. One spec at a time. This has been the case for a while now. My sense of “time” feels almost gone
The 54th Deadline: Regardless of failure or success, you learn. Life grants people so many chances to get it right. In ninth grade honors English class, I recall a random project where we had to write something and then briefly present it to class. Me, being a dork and all, chose to
Quote the Note: These will be handwritten notes where I write a small message to a certain someone anonymously. As part of my attempts toward self-therapy, I want to try something different. I have had a lot of pent-up feelings and stuff to say to certain people over the years. For
This past weekend, I traveled out to my former city for a mini-vacation of sorts. For two and a half years, that place was what I called home. During the time I lived there, I did not grow attached to the place or anything like that. If anything, I saw
“I have been a fool to think I have been missing the necessary tools to make my dreams come true.” Excuses. Excuses. Excuses. I have been spewing out more excuses than I can count over the years. Yeah, I have been through my share of tough spots. I have suffered.
“The worst days make me wonder why I keep going. And then, I remember that I believe in hope.” As you can see, I decided to change the tagline again. “Hope is my catalyst.” The previous “Progress is perseverance” tagline was good for me as well. But lately, I just
“Life has to continue regardless, but we all must put up a front that things are OK on the surface.” Do you remember those moments when you were a kid in gym class, you get hurt a little bit and needed a timeout before joining your classmates for the rest of