Perhaps not surprisingly, the length of my stay in the Netherlands and my acceptance of its weather do not have a positive linear relationship. The (Dutch) weather is a comedian, and I sometimes don’t get its sense of humor.
Before anything else, I am a human being. Before the ambitions for my career. Before the lifestyle I choose to live. Before the religion labeled on me. Before the orders mandated to me. I am first and foremost, a human being. And so is everyone else. After all, they are human beings. Trying to make their mark after all. … More Before Anything Else
No one would listen to him when he talked about the incident of the head. The incident happened not too long ago; he could still revive every second of it in his mind. He was walking in a deserted field. The land was ash gray, burnt trees and beings were covering the most part of it. … More The Case of the Decapitated
“Banana caramel for Karina!” Karina jumped out of her seat and walked nervously to the counter. She grabbed her drink and slipped quietly back to her table. If someone had approached her and asked how she was doing, comfortable would definitely not be an answer. The place was crowded. Some were talking business; others were … More Eye to Eye – A Short Short Story
D: One night it came in blue and white Told me to gear up for my flight Light barged in, room and mind I guess it’s true, seek, you’ll find R: Have you ever seen lit up flowers moving up toward the sky? Oh those words, those hopes in ink Who reads them? Whose heart … More Flying Lanterns
We never really celebrate father’s day at home, but… time has made me realize that no one can pull off being MY dad as well as my dad. Hahaa. 4 things my dad probably doesn’t remember having taught me, but have stayed with me and helped me live a happier life xDDD 1. You decide if a success/failure … More 4 Things My Dad Has Taught Me
“What is it?” she whispered. “A riddle.” He took the piece of paper and brought it nearer for them to examine it. The room was not lit enough. They took turns to try to decipher the blurred print on the paper. The path is but an empty case. The walk is but a ceaseless chase. … More The Way Out