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 →

Mind Over Matter is Truly the New Matter

(*Disclaimer: This one is a bit paradoxical, on the theme of "Crossroads") We live in a world of information, competition, and perceived freedom. It is true that since the perpetuation and expansion of what one generation calls the Internet, and the rising generation calls "Social Media", information has been at our fingertips by choice. The... Continue Reading →

You See Wounded, I See Mended

This song is uplifting in every way possible, it's been quite inspirational. Meaningful and beautiful lyrics. Enjoy! "Oh, but I can still recognize The one I love in your tear stained eyes When you see nothing but damaged goods I see something good in the making I'm not finished yet When you see wounded, I... Continue Reading →

Does Negligence Render Us Narcissistic?

...of what does our world truly consist? ~Mikavelli~ It’s safe to say that enough articles have come up in recent years about how our generation has become, by far, one of the most narcissistic generations in human history. Not only have we been spoiled by social media’s constant reminders of self in comparison to our... Continue Reading →

Season Finale 0f 2016

It’s safe to say that 2016 has been a year of transitions and change for many. Not only has the international arena taken a huge turn in development (as evidenced by Dahl, 1989-90), but immigration borders somehow started closing up the same time “wanderlust” hit social media. I could go on endlessly about social media... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

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