Latest from the Blog
Judycel Ericka Paz The safe holds me back; slowly, I will shed to transcend. Three, two, one – go! We dive into the dark, and then, back into the light, gonorth, and then south, experiencing that life has its ups and downs rotating like anunhinged wheel, where struggles and detours are never-ending, and equivocations thatContinue reading “Metamorphosis: The Will to Shed and Transcend”
Jamise Jiro Pancho More than seven billion homo sapiens currently reside in a marble within a galacticbeach of trillions of other marbles. Indeed, humans are not the first ones to live in suchan environment, but as far as we know, the more than seven billion mammals that haveconquered the Earth were the only sentient beingsContinue reading “History’s semicolon”
Chanyel Fritz M. Tome It struck me in the gut when the only school that accepted me when I was a preelementary kid closed down during the pandemic. When I walked down the street wherewe used to play Langit Lupa at school, I was greeted with an “Apartment for Rent” sign infront of the schoolContinue reading “Anecdote from a ‘Special’ Student to His Alma Mater”
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.