RANDOM THOUGHTS : OLD YET NEW AGAIN

Relinquishing somebody doesn’t occur without any forethought, or in a month, or in a year. They are altogether these recollections, excellent and awful, awesome and agonizingly terrible. Recollections become maps in our souls—they don’t simply vanish—just the enchantment of time… Read moreRANDOM THOUGHTS : OLD YET NEW AGAIN

MUCH THE SAME AS ME

At times, it feels like the walls are collapsing— Like you have no place to go, Nothing you can do. You’re drained from attempting to hold all the disintegrating bits of your coexistence. What’s more, you need to surrender—toss the… Read moreMUCH THE SAME AS ME

A LITTLE RANT ON A RAINY AFTERNOON

Sometimes, I hear my voice. And it’s been here silent all these years.For years, I betrayed my own silently screaming voice. My voice lay buried in a Word document, a constant reminder that I was on the receiving end of… Read moreA LITTLE RANT ON A RAINY AFTERNOON

TO THE LOVE THAT WAS NEVER FOREVER — THANK YOU !

I didn’t expect to meet you. I didn’t mean to fall in love with you. It wasn’t part of my life plan. Yet, there you were, out of nowhere—changing everything, cracking open my heart, showing me how to love. You… Read moreTO THE LOVE THAT WAS NEVER FOREVER — THANK YOU !

OF PWD PRIVILEGES AND COVID19 SCARE

27 MARCH 2020 A HARROWING EXPERIENCE! Today morning, I woke up quite late, past 10am. I went with my daily morning routine and I decided to go to PUREGOLD STA MESA to buy some groceries I needed. Guess what? I… Read moreOF PWD PRIVILEGES AND COVID19 SCARE

NOT EVERYONE …

Not everyone will love me. Not everyone will like me. Not everyone will see me. Not everyone will care what I have to say. Not everyone will understand my truth. Not everyone will stand by me. And I’m still a… Read moreNOT EVERYONE …

LESSONS FROM MY YOGA MAT: TAKING IT EASY

Not very long ago, there was a time when I was full of angst, and desperate to unleash it. The anger was so great that it was like I am a dragon ready to spit fire to anyone to dare… Read moreLESSONS FROM MY YOGA MAT: TAKING IT EASY