So I had my first Instagram question Poll yesterday! Yes, I’m a millennial with an old soul (and still trying to catch up on all these new features on social media- no judging!) Anyway, here was my question: “would you say that life as we know it now is more depressing than it was for generations before us?” Continue reading “Are we more depressed in this generation?”→
I remember back in my Organization Communication course in grad school where my lecturer tried to explain the concept of miscommunication by using this funny example of the Eclipse. Continue reading “Did He Really Say That?”→
One of my guilty pleasures is binge watching Netflix shows with a good stash of snacks (it’s pure haven!😍) A couple of months back, I binged watched all seasons of The Good Place. It was a quite interesting show, and it spoke to Ethics, the afterlife etc. While there were many concepts I naturally didn’t agree with because of my faith, there was something I found remarkable. That was the concept of being created in pairs. Continue reading “It’s Twosday!”→
Have you ever been in a waiting room? A place where you cannot do anything and it feels like your whole life comes to a halt— delayed action. You pace back and forth in what feels like a confined space. Your palms become wet as you break into a sweat despite the air conditioning.
I can’t believe it’s already been a year since I promised to write this post after Fanzaku had put it up on her blog. She’s a new and amazing blogger. She won my heart and I’m sure she’d win yours too. 😃
As many of you can tell from my blog, I’m a Christian. This means I believe in Christ: his coming, his dying, his resurrecting and his second return. I also believe in the Holy Spirit who is my comforter and revealer of hidden truths. I believe in God, who is my Father, my mighty warrior, creator of the universe and my closest friend.
My classmate, Nike did something that shocked me. It was the eve of Valentine’s and she gave out presents to every member of the class. What endeared me to her was that these weren’t generic presents. She actually took the time to say something about each person. For me, that was a true expression of love. Continue reading “Lessons from Nike”→