We are treasure hunters of the unseen and unknown. ~Mikavelli~ No one really knows or holds the keys and answers to abstract questions about people who act on gut or intuition. There is no correct answer for anything that people may claim to feel at the time they are feeling it, and those who do … More Why Do People Do What They Do?
You spend your twenties believing that you’re bulletproof. ~Moby~ The cycle of cognitive development can be a predictable one: as children, we are curious about the greater world, wanting to know a little bit about everything. We have little to no experience in life, and haven’t made enough mistakes to understand consequences. As teenagers, we … More Stability and Solidity
Rushed relationships often fail when defined not because of the common conception of reverse psychology, but rather because of a sudden sense of social expectation. That “public declaration” labelling the person as a “significant other” immediately gives peers the sense of entitlement to determine and define the “socially acceptable behaviour” for such a situation, and … More Social Expectation
I’m at the borderline of my faith, I’m at the hinterland of my devotion, In the frontline of this battle of mine, But I’m still alive. ~Sade~ The capacity to relax and enjoy life is none but a distant memory. Futile attempts at reaching out and grasping every small opportunity just slips away from one’s … More To Secede From The Status Quo
Don’t be sad when the sun goes down You’ll wake up and I’m not around I’ve got to go… We still have the summer after all. ~Lady Gaga~ Summer once again. With new friends, smiles, fun times and lets face it, your life is just awesome because you actually have one. Meeting new people as … More Summerboy
I know there’s trees I know there’s sand I know there’s grass Is it somewhere in the past? ~MGMT~ Consumed by a sudden gush of nostalgia as the prospect of a future is threatened by an irrevocable past. The present being history in the making, and history being the potter of a defining future. In … More Gush of Nostalgia