I'm slowly letting things unravel, rather than chasing after it.
Remember that sixteen million out of a hundred million have chosen you to lead? They are numbers, but they also are people at the same time. These people have been clamoring, encouraging you to lead them. In the least few months, you gave in. These people; faced with poverty, corruption, injustice, discrimination, have chosen you … Continue reading Ode to sixteen million
I looked through my old journals from high school and college; and joined them with my scribbles on my recent entries. As I leaf through the pages, I can't believe that my old journals are hilariously elaborate (even to the extent of decorating with stickers) as compared to my recent entries which are blunt and … Continue reading Evolution of Writing
May lights guide us home.
I have this fatal habit of procrastinating for all things important, but not to the extent of sacrificing my sleep just to get my work done. I've been in that stage before, and it was ugly; I'd rather not do it again. What I really do is to have moments of distraction, and moments of … Continue reading Of soundtripping and procrastination
I was writing my report amidst of the radio live coverage of the Senate hearing on Human Rights in line with the government's campaign against drugs. So to cut the story short, I was distracted by the sworn statements of those who testify when they would've chosen to speak the truth for so long. Or … Continue reading So many negativities
Nah. I've been single for the whole twenty-one years of my life. But hey, no big deal for me. Everybody else (in our family) is freaked out that I haven't been sniffing around on men since they claimed that I've been accomplished as a young lady. Yes, I've been attracted, but most of the time … Continue reading Forever single?