Tag Archive: musing

Maybe

  I am an adverb. This realization occurred to me (or at least I forced this realization to descend upon me) as I was reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love.” I intentionally picked… Continue reading

Looking for Magic

The six-year old me used to believe that somewhere in the middle of every busy city, well-hidden in crowded places and noisy streets, there were secret portals leading to magical worlds. I often… Continue reading

When I Grew Up

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Every child has been asked this question countless of times and I was no exception. I remember having different answers with innocent reasons.… Continue reading

The Good in Goodbye

“But you may find that you, too, have changed while you were waiting. You may no longer fit the puzzle you left…” Thought Catalog Here’s the thing about goodbyes: it’s actually always a… Continue reading

What Love Isn’t About

LOVE is a word we have long been acquainted to but its meaning remains ever-elusive. I do not really know and understand much of what it is about, but I do have an… Continue reading

Love Conquering Love

If love indeed conquers everything, does it mean love can conquer itself? Is it possible for love to lead itself to oblivion? Can love conquer the love that existed before it? Will it… Continue reading

An Artist’s Wishlist

Creativity is the fine line between sanity and insanity. Art is for those who are brave enough to let their minds wander and get lost with the hope of getting it back in… Continue reading