We've been sailing through raging oceans, furious storms, and roaring thunders. Swallowed by humongous whale, face-to-face with ill-will pirates, and a self-proclaimed lowercase god. Those were challenging times when we thought we were done with all these seafaring journeys, when we would not even consider the mast, or even which island we would visit. There … Continue reading Sabaody
At first, everything was so full of vibrant colors. They speak nothing but words of encouragement, series of optimistic foresight. We were drowning in sea made of love potion, logic was never included in the ingredients. Up from the sea, we were running on the beach where the grain of sands thought themselves as a … Continue reading Petrichor, meadow, and flower patch
After running down the name list, and read the articles, I studied each name and paused for awhile to recall the memories, but there was not any name there associated with my past. But in the past, we might have meet each other, accidentally crossing path, seen each other in some place, or even had … Continue reading An ode to the late.
It takes only a while until my 23rd shell completely peeled off and changed into 24th shell. As always, my annual internal tradition is to have some sort of... contemplation? I don't like to say that word, because it sounds super serious while actually my mind just wandering to the past and revisit several old … Continue reading The coming of twenty-four
Holy schnitzel. First of all, that title looked like a complicated and smart theatrical play title that came out directly from a mouth of Shakespearean or Shakespeare himself. I'm proud of it, by the way. Hey, I just read SWA magazine, issue number 34, September 2018. If you don't know what SWA magazine is, it's … Continue reading SWA 34 and the Tale of a Goose That Lays Golden Eggs
When LeBron James decided to move from his hometown team, Cleveland Cavaliers, where he considered as 'boywonder' and the savior to Cleveland city's poor performing sports teams and years of championship drought, to Miami Heat, where he would join his high-caliber athletes friend, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to form a big 3, his name … Continue reading Betting on myself against the norm
I was a overly-critical person. Though I chose not to overtly display that I'm critical, but within my mind I often criticize a behavior that does not live to my expectation. I still am, by the way, but with a reasonable dose. It's a blessing, I guess, to be aware and putting a standard over … Continue reading Acceptance