The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. ― Marcel Proust People usually ask others to rate their driving skills. Some even go further to make people choose who is better between themselves and someone else. What makes you a good driver, anyway? What do you do better … Continue reading Are You A Good Driver?
XFINITE asked a person to share the dark periods of their life. It all began in 2007 when I went out with my parents to get some Saj Ko Ang [grilled beef]. One moment I was eating and the next my tongue was paralyzed. Believe me, I tried so hard to get my tongue back … Continue reading Inside the Minds: I Wish I Wasn’t Alive
If you only shine light on your flaws, all your perfects will dim. ― Hoover Here’s the thing. Anyone can be beautiful if you know how to look. And that also includes you. It is unrealistic to assume that you can see all the perfects in everyone. It is also a little narcissistic if you … Continue reading All Your Perfects
The older I grow, the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom. ― Mencken I guess it runs in our souls ― those things we never knew how people do so well. In the end, all that matters is happiness. Oh, we would be nothing but fools to think we can be … Continue reading Does Age Bring Wisdom?
Some of the most reasonable people can be so heartless. There was a wise man whose life goal was to inspire the world. A wise man whose goal is to find peace and end suffering. Oh, but wise man fell in love. He fell in love with a wise woman. A beautiful wise woman, that … Continue reading The Hearts You Wrecked
Every happy and sad moment ever experienced by any human was, or will be, experienced by you. ― Andy Weir I’m not asking you to believe in reincarnation. I’m only asking you to open your heart and play with its possibility. I’m only asking your imagination to go on a blind date with me. Now … Continue reading The Love and The Universe
No one ever did anything big by reading small. ― WSJ We’ve been lied to. We’ve been told all the things we need to have to be happy. Beauty. Fame. Money. Things. Our voice is lost to popular opinions. Our souls carry the burden of wrong values, careers, and relationships. We weren’t born red but we’ll … Continue reading The Fault in Our Modern Happiness