Category: Lifestyle

HUMANS LOST HUMANITY!

Blog post about how humans lost humanity.

Before this year ends, will we say 2022 is the year humans lost humanity? Today we have crossed seven months and eighteen days in this year. The year 2022 had come upon our doors. We all rejoiced the arrival with hearts filled with hope.  However, soon enough we realized we lost trust in one another

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COVID-19 PAID A VISIT!

My body is the vehicle and I am her driver. This time my vehicle struggled yet I had to manually maneuver, get her to be strong, and get back on the race of life and its journey. I felt like my body was captured by an unknown source. I was helpless and tried to fight

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FEAR IS OUR BODY’S AUTOMATIC SENSOR

Picture of nighttime San Francisco from my apartment. The view reminds me, are we attracted to fear because we are afraid of it, or is it because fear is our body’s automatic sensor?

Fear cripples the mind, body, and soul. It’s an obstacle in the path of the individual sensing this. Yet do remember being brave is not the solution as being afraid actually makes you aware there is something out there. So fear is actually guiding you through an obstacle. So what is fear? I believe fear

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CALIFORNIA: WHERE MY DREAMS TOO BECAME A REALITY

Ann Marie Ruby California

California, where my dreams too became a reality. Calafia, or maybe Califia was the imaginary queen of an imaginary island called California. Garci Rodriguez de Montalvo’s early sixteenth-century novel “Las Sergas de Esplandián” was a sequel to fifteenth-century romance novels known as Amadís de Gaula written by an unknown author. The novel had a beautiful

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LIFE’S UNEXPECTED JOURNEY

Life’s unexpected journey leaves behind bittersweet memories. The sounds of my footsteps of the past are the only sign, I too was there. Yet with time as the seasons change, the footprints left behind fade away. The musical sounds we created too fade away, leaving us with only memories. Today I bid farewell to my

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