Extremes are examples of diversity all around us, all around the world. Cultural, intellectual, and behavioral are just a few examples. Extremes are what draw the top and bottom line in a given context, they are our unit of measurement, and sadly, often times they are defining factors that play a role in the development... Continue Reading →
Is it wrong, or is it right,What it says, through day and night?Is it dark, or is it light,The memory of that last goodbye? Once it told me, whispered slowly,About tears, and feeling lonely.Once I asked it, how's it feel,What's the price, of being real? And through cracks, of dirty glass,Through it's fractured self reflection,Spoke... Continue Reading →
A small guide towards finding the path that leads to the true you while dealing with a mental illness.
Every now and again I come across the type of person who is always emotionally hooked to what others think of them. The now so brief, but then almost endless period of time when being the hero of my own life was just a distant thought that was motivating enough to get me through to... Continue Reading →
The most devastating feeling we've all felt at some point in our lives, a feeling so dangerous that it can turn our perception inside out, and make us hopeless of seeing the sun after the rain ever again, loneliness. It all starts out as a mere rejection, as you try to... Continue Reading →
What if I don't live up to the expectations, what if I mess up something I worked on for so long and so hard. Failure is one of the most demoralizing enemies of a weak mind, and giving it the keys to your emotional well being is the worst mistake most us us have made... Continue Reading →
A memory of something we like a lot, of something that we wanted, wished for, and accepted when it came, thinking it will stick with us forever, or, at least not worrying about the the day it will no longer be a part of our lives, can make it difficult to get over... Continue Reading →