A Question: Why Do We Always Wish for the “Bad”?

Every student’s dream (well at least, most of us) would love to have the classes suspended, even for just a day. Even an absent teacher is truly a magnificent thing because it meant almost total freedom (more often than not is the case in my school).

That is why a lot of students like me who are still in grade school to high school loves nothing more than the sight of a typhoon and the accompaniment of the announcement of suspension on the television.

I know that it is not good to wish for such a thing, and yet, Continue reading “A Question: Why Do We Always Wish for the “Bad”?”


A Night Without the Stars

“I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be afraid of the night.” -Galileo

Last night, our school held its first ever stargazing. It was first spawned from what other schools had experienced, and so, being the secretary of the Eureka Science and Ecology Club in our school, we were the ones who were the best candidate to start this activity.

Sadly, Continue reading “A Night Without the Stars”

The Sentence that Changed Me and My Shy Personality

What is the thinnest layer of the earth?

“It’s the crust.” I tell my seatmate. You know, it’s just another usual scene of never raising my hand even though I know the answer because, I just don’t have the courage to speak up.

Is that you? Continue reading “The Sentence that Changed Me and My Shy Personality”

It’s Not About ‘Finding’ Your Dreams but ‘Realizing’ It From Deep Within

If you have read any sort of book about responding to your ‘destiny, calling, vocation’ or whatever term is used, it’s a good bet that you got inspired. And that’s a good thing.

But if you’re like me when I read Jeff Goin’s The Art of Work (great author by the way) then it might not be a question of when will I start but Continue reading “It’s Not About ‘Finding’ Your Dreams but ‘Realizing’ It From Deep Within”