Grieving the Loss of Someone who is Living

Missing you is similar to the undecidedness of the changing of seasons. Missing you is the irritation of the blankets sealing too much heat, and without them it is indeed freezing. Missing you is the absolute and utter confusion of me still caring for you even though I probably shouldn’t. A wasp’s sting hurts less... Continue Reading →


Here’s what they don’t tell you about Possessive People

Possessiveness is the epitome example of “good intention, wrong method.” Possessiveness in the right amount is healthy in any relationship irrelevant of what the relation is, (romantic, friendship, family, pet etc.) this shows that the possessor cares and honestly is afraid of losing of what is possessed. Psychologically, a possessive quality is a survival mechanism... Continue Reading →

“Are you two dating?”

If you ever visit any of my social media pages such as my Facebook account or my Instagram account (which I shamelessly post habitually) you will take notice of my very philosophical aesthetic pictures, and also at the fact that every second photo has a friend accompanying me. I absolutely love posting pictures with my... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Quote about Perspective

“Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero... Continue Reading →

Misunderstood Artists: A Chain of Thought

I fail to understand how society differentiates between or rather interprets what is and isn’t a good influence in the field of pop culture for people. There are so many cases where: parents disallow their children to view “certain” artists, teenagers start to judge other people for supporting “certain” artists and as a community we... Continue Reading →

All in a Month’s Etymology

Noon was originally 3pm. [Noon is a corruption of the Latin word for ninth, “novem,” and originally referred to the ninth hour of the Roman day – reckoned by modern clocks to have been around 3pm. Noon was first used in this sense in the Old English period, before it finally came to refer to... Continue Reading →

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