“I want to keep things casual with you,” she said. I was heartbroken, yet I respect her decision to respect herself. I think my hatred against those who misuse power and status is a reflection of my own secret desire for power and status. I don’t think it’s morally unjustified to kill someone if you… Continue reading To Mother from Another Mother
Some of us like to get tied up by ropes, surrounded by strangers, privately. Some of us like to play with knives, submerged in innocence, childishly. There is a dark desire in the heavy air, yearning to be destructed by a power so almighty. It is only powerful because it is consensual. Some of us… Continue reading On Playful Violence
Some of us are willing to pass judgment on just about anything, especially in domains in which they have zero knowledge. Some of us wake up from a momentary lack of awareness, and choose to acknowledge their zero knowledge, and become daring to know and to question, in the face of rejection and confusion. Some… Continue reading On Self-Judgment
When moms decide to gather together, they will form one of the loudest voices ever known to mankind. Not one woman can exist before a woman decides to give. Not one man can speak before a woman decides to bear. All human lives came from mothers’ pain, the greatest, the most joyous kind of pain,… Continue reading On Moms
When the first generation of iPhone came out, it was a celebration on all levels. What used to be fantasy is now reality. Old was once young, and young will become old. Are these two concepts interchangeable? What is the point I am arriving at? Certain traits cannot be overcome, only understoodIn truth, everyone wants… Continue reading Can Growth Mindset Turn a Caterpillar into a Human Butterfly?