Remember the last time you tried to open-up, yet you feel rejected by the friends you trust the most? You hear the words, "C'mon dude, it can't be that bad" or "hey, I guess you're just having a bad day, it shall pass." Rejections, rejections, does this world ever run out of rejections? The bad … Continue reading Even It’s Hard, Speak Up
They are as valuable as we are. And like us, they should get the love that they deserve too.
For the people who managed to overcome the internal battles, I believe it's about time to be a small piece of hope to people who are losing the internal, one-man war against self-devastating depression.
It's really funny how my body works when I'm on a high wave of stress, pressure, deadlines, exams. It automatically shuts off itself and tells me: "Hey MITCHELLE, rest muna, pwede? (Hey Mitchelle, take a break okay?)" Now, I am on one of those situations now and as I was typing this blog, I watch … Continue reading Reflections #2: On Praying Big Prayers to the Big God
I overheard the news one night, about teenagers suffering from depression. "Pain is every where, can be anywhere, isn't it? We're just too naive to notice" I thought myself. Some may say, "They're just too young to be thinking those things. Maybe they're just overreacting." Sure, some can over-react, but most can not. You can't overreact … Continue reading Reflections #1: Seeing Through Pain
I will be straightforward. Rating books–I believe–actually kills it. Why? First, giving book ratings can be subjective all the time. A book can be judged good or bad depending on the person reading it. Face it, all books are not applicable to general audience. For example, a teenager will not appreciate adult books as much as adults … Continue reading Why I don’t Rate Books
So, I've gone on for months without reading any novel and suddenly I missed reading and doing a book review. But this time, I started on reading the "Harry Potter" series coz I've been wondering, what's in this book that made people so hyped about it? Now that I have finished reading the first book … Continue reading Harry Potter’ing’