Let Go, but Why? Move On, but How?

If you let go of the rod, you'll fall into a river that always moves on to something greater. ~Mikavelli~ Why do we need to let go, and how do we move on from it? We've all gone through the process of letting go and moving on -- whether or not we are aware of... Continue Reading →

Don’t Lose Heart, Find It

Dear World, This is for you, for all of you. For the days when you feel like there is no purpose or meaning in life. For the days when you feel so jaded by society, by people, or even by yourselves. For the days you just want to give up because you feel stagnant. You... Continue Reading →

Self-Control vs. Self-Discipline

More discipline, less control Simply how a forest grows ~Mikavelli~   In this world of perceived freewill, the term "self-control" has an odd connotation. Some shy away from the word "control", others flinch at the word "self". Some, however, take to the phrase and see the beauty in its structure. For years, I've personally struggled... Continue Reading →

The Cameron Highlands: Malaysia

(True story, personal share. Enjoy!) My first vacation was at the age of 3, to a place in Malaysia called the Cameron Highlands, a mountainous region with valleys, hills, and Venus flytraps. It was known for its tea plantations and strawberry farms. As a toddler, I didn’t know that this would be my family’s chosen... Continue Reading →

Struggle?

Struggle. What is struggle? It's a strange one, when you really try to break it down and describe it. We hear this world dropped so casually in conversation, struggle, as if it is like an obstacle course that needs to be completed, or a challenge that needs to be accepted. But struggle is so far... Continue Reading →

Simply Relatable, or Simple Relationships?

In your search for the relatable, do not forget to build relationships. (This one was inspired by a reflective conversation with my father in the last month.) An issue has been spanning across the nations, across the generations. What is this “issue”? It is that people have become more invested in finding “relatables” rather than... Continue Reading →

Embrace The Storm

A seventeen year old once asked me if all problems in life spring from laziness. It took me a moment before responding, "yes, and no." That thought, however, did get me thinking. Firstly, different cultures breed different definitions of “hard work”. Some see working hard as a career, a financial ladder to climb. Others see... Continue Reading →

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