Feeling a bit reflective after such an intensive read. Almost two months into my job and I can hardly fathom the change within myself! I don’t feel like the person I was a few weeks ago, writing this, although I still believe my words. I am glad to still retain my excitement towards the unknown.
When I studied philosophy, I realized I could not be a professional student of the field. I was told in great length why I could not argue the ideas of the great poets and literary masters which at the time I refused to comprehend. The part that most frustrated the nineteen year old me was: … More Book Review: “The Book of Children” by Osho
I spent a portion of my afternoon reading philosophical gibberish and noting the large juxtaposition of my coffee to water intake. Coffee was obviously larger. I am unsure as to what stirred my lethargic brain, however a latent part of myself has arisen with great fervor. Introducing FYP (Foundation Year Programme) Sam. “The Book of … More A Philosophical Friday
Since November 2007, I have moved thirteen times. Sometimes it was to a different country, other times to a different part of a city but every time staying incredibly thankful to all the individuals in my life. Even with the distances we managed to sustain our friendships. With each move, it brought new faces and … More Why Yes
“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us”. An anonymous writer penned such an integral truth, one which I have been having such difficulty articulating myself. I travel to experience life, not find or evade it. Life is what is happening now; whether you are sitting in an office, trekking through … More Life
I will start by saying: I knew going into this I would fall asleep somewhere and wake up a lobster. The pain of my sunburn however – was something I was completely unprepared for! “Is this what a werewolf feels like?” my lobster self mused. “Every month at the new moon, when their skin doesn’t … More Skipping Ahead (Part Two)