April 2, 2018
It was a day like any other.
Two days after we arrived in Japan, we went to a place called Tamagawa (Tama River) where there was this gorgeous road where one could walk under miles of cherry blossom trees. It was just like a scene from a movie. Continue reading “I Almost Died…”
I used to think that man’s greatest enemy is time.
With so many dreams and bullets on my bucket list, I often have doubts whether I could even finish half of that list. And most of them are really time-sensitive because I don’t think anyone can be the young female protagonist in a play if she’s already forty years old.
Even so, I have come to realize that time isn’t the real enemy after all. Time isn’t the one who judges me. Continue reading “Mind: Man’s Greatest Enemy?”
I never really knew exactly what drove me to be courageous and sing. And until now, I still don’t.
When I auditioned for the Malateans’ Got Talent, I never dared to hope to make it to the finals because I was just so happy that I even got to sing in front of teachers and a few students. To think that me: a totally shy, fearful, passive girl was suddenly daring to compete. I didn’t think I’d be in the finals. Continue reading “Life Lessons I Gained From Winning For the First Time”
The music starts…
yet my heart is stuck
The lights are lit
but I don’t sit
the conditioned air
in the artist’s lair.
I take a step
hoping that I kept, Continue reading “Emotionless Singers”
Until now, I can’t believe that I have finally gathered the courage to Continue reading “I Can’t Believe I Did It!”