Only a fool is not afraid. ―Madeleine L'Engle What is the point of living if you are barely breathing? What is the point of looking good if you are dying on the inside? You will one day look back and see a life well lived or regret all the things you have never tried. You … Continue reading Have You Really Lived?
The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light. ― Plato The saddest thing you've ever done in your life is to beg somebody to love you the way you love them. Sometimes you gotta give up on some people in order to keep you. Sometimes you have to save yourself … Continue reading The Light of Letting Go
No war in anger was ever won. ―Selena Gomez When asked how he seems to always treat everyone right, a Ph.D. business professor shared a few insights. “Everyone sees the world in a different way. You weren’t born to click with everyone. It is quite hard to remember this, but everyone just wants to be nice … Continue reading The Fire Within You
Meet the girl who gets lost in every city. The cars are flying by so fast without any sympathy for the unmoving road. Cherry Blossoms are shaking along the rhythm of the soft wind. By now, the sky awaits the blanket of darkness to whisper it goodnight. The block of residential houses are so … Continue reading A Thousand Tragedies
Even death has a heart. ―Markus Zusak Some people say the thoughts before we die would determine where we go in the afterlife. The pain of death alone is unmeasurable. Pain + Remorse = Agony There are things we wish could be unseen. There are deeds we wish could be undone. Since humans are wired to … Continue reading The Final Breath
If one's different, one's bound to be lonely. ―Aldous Huxley The Setting World State City: the main location where all citizens of Brave New World were artificially engineered and divided into different classes (castes) which had been predetermined. The story begins in the year of AF 632 which is AD 2540. This is the paradise in … Continue reading Brave New World: A Hallowed World
If you are going through hell, keep going. --Winston Churchill The Setting Dark Forest: Inferno begins in the year of 1300 in a dreadful night of Good Friday eve, Christian holiday condoling the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his demise between 30 and 33 of common era. The story embarks from the dark wood where … Continue reading Inferno: A Trip To Hell