The Monetary Mistake

“Inherited fortunes are a misfortune that can only lead to sloth.” ~Alfred Nobel~ Money is volatile, it comes and goes, and even when it comes, it doesn’t necessarily lower the cost of living. In this generation, combined with growing up in a commercially competitive society, you soon learn that chasing money will get you nowhere. … More The Monetary Mistake

Stability and Solidity

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

Social Expectation

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

Battlefield

Resentment is like drinking poison and hoping it will kill your enemies. ~Nelson Mandela~ Our passion fuels the emotion but our rationale justifies the intensity. Our emotions are no more than a correlation between remembered experiences, and thus when our mind associates the two together, and the past and present collide, you fear that your … More Battlefield

Passion Colours Everything

When passion colors everything The songs I sing, from way out there to deep within The face I wear behind my grin The price I’ve paid for my original sin Everything. ~Poets of the Fall~ Passion, that’s all there is to it. No more, no less. One can talk about absolutely anything they want, regardless of the category or topic, but what matters is … More Passion Colours Everything