Start of a new page : A dream

So my redemption turned its page from darker, gloomier one to brighter one. So all the amends I made vowing to billions of stars never to repeat that fault, are finally being listened to. So in celebration of this greater good, greater achievement; strangers from many roofless towns are here, merchants of roadless cities are... Continue Reading →


Longest and Loudest roar: The RAWRR!!

An unaligned kid, a pariah, a fictional freak, a liar, a sociopath, creepy introvert, a dull nerd – yeah that’s me. A neon drum of inferiority always drummed within me yet the beat was always suppressed by the bass of arrogance. I had and have everything a human of my age could possibly want yet... Continue Reading →

Mistakes and Melancholy

Small or big, stupid or sensible – they ache right after the moment has passed, the spear of guilt then digs deep into our hearts and leaves an ugly scar there. If the scar is taken for granted then the cycle repeats itself again and again like a terrible holocaust. It’s funny and strange that... Continue Reading →

The oblivion

The spilled wine stained her dress like blood, the shallow love tainted my soul, so much of the futile wait ached my bone, and the memories they break my heart, Are we ever reaching ashore or we'll just run for horizons? His past was her holocaust the last of us will win so better run... Continue Reading →

Indeed, in Ancient Greece and Rome, philosophical inquiry was widely encouraged as a practical life skill. In modern society, the opposite seems to be true. Philosophical topics are rarely discussed in mainstream discourse – mind numbing headlines and celebrity gossip typically dominate all the news.

It’s something like going on an ocean voyage. What can I do? Pick the captain, the boat, the date, and the best time to sail. But then a storm hits… What are my options? I do the only thing I am in a position to do, drown — but fearlessly, without bawling or crying out to God,... Continue Reading →

The trouble with us is that we are ever looking for a princely chance of acquiring riches, or fame, or worth. We are dazzled by what Emerson calls the "shallow Americanism" of the day. We are expecting mastery without apprenticeship, knowledge without study, and riches by credit. – Orison Swett Marden

Well, thank you for the days Those endless days, those sacred days you gave me I'm thinking of the days I won't forget a single day, believe me I bless the light I bless the light that shines on you, believe me And though you're gone You're with me every single day, believe me Days... Continue Reading →

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