This article is written more as a satire. I know from personal experience and others around me that online dating can be a wonderful thing, especially if you meet your soul mate. For most though, it can be a whirlwind of mishaps, desperation and an endless cycle of frustration. This article is for you, the … Continue reading Online dating: The deformation of self.
This is a personal piece of writing, more of a cathartic exercise. Its overall point is just to relieve some stress of sorts, some personal frustrations. I believe part of a journey is acknowledging the bad sometimes, laying it out in front of you. This post is a complete contradiction to a lot of things … Continue reading The Wall: A cycle of negativity.
I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge my current situation to try a gather some greater understanding of myself. For anyone reading who’s in a similar situation hopefully, we can move forward through difficult times together by practising gratitude, the act of being grateful for what we actually have. ∞ I’m sitting at my … Continue reading A moment of gratitude
A strange thing happened today. I had just finished a work out at the gym with a friend and said my goodbyes. I’m walking towards the car park not thinking about much and place my bag in the car…and there it is… The Peacock. Literally, a peacock was just sitting there staring at me and … Continue reading The Peacock
If you’re someone who suffers from depression the intent of this article is to help understand what going on. This article doesn’t have the cure for your depression, nor does it claim to be the cure, but if we can find some understanding to why we feel the way we do, we can begin to … Continue reading Depression. The root of your evil.
Funny thing isn’t it, do you ever just sit back and observe nature? Don’t worry I’m not talking about ripping your clothes off and humping the nearest tree (the thought did pass my mind) I’m talking about just being present with your surroundings if not for just a moment. ∞ Today had the chance to … Continue reading Today I sat with nature.
It’s Christmas eve 2017. I’m driving my mother to the hospice to see my auntie, She’s had terminal brain cancer for 6 years now. Each day that passes brings her closer to the end. As I’m driving my mother utters the words “This is the end”. She didn’t have to say anything else, my eyes … Continue reading Cancer, a short story.