08 Dec 2019

Category: Essays

Essays

Late Night Thoughts 

“Late Night Thoughts” is a piece of writing I wrote one night lying in bed when I suddenly grabbed a pen and started pouring down some words and incoherent thoughts. I wasn’t sure what had become out of this, but it actually made a lot of sense to me when I read it. Hope it makes just a speck of sense to you.

Essays

Over the Horizon 

People say that knowledge and armies mean power. But what if this knowledge is false? What if these armies are destroyed? There is only one power, and it is dreams. They cannot be stolen, destroyed or distorted. They are the path leading to the horizon, and even beyond. They are what makes us who we are.

Essays

Waiting For You 

A phone ringing… a knock on the door… a glance… a gentle, unintentional touch. This is what love sometimes is – so tiny, so invisible, yet strong and overwhelming, perhaps of its being so distant and confusing. Of its never coming. But we keep on waiting and waiting – one more minute, two… a thousand years.

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When the World Starts 

If you are looking for a good Monday read or just want to kill some time, perhaps you’ve chosen the wrong thing to look at. In this essay expect nothing but brutal honesty and man-to-man revelations that might sour your coffee. Who was there when your world began crumbling down? Who will be the next time it happens? Read and you may find an answer.

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Something Out There 

“And here comes this transcendent presence, this thing that fills us with harmony and joy, yet scary and unknown. It makes us humans in the moments we are no longer such; it breathes instead of us when our lungs are no longer able to inhale; it makes us forgive when our hearts seek out vengeance.”

Essays

A Dream or Two 

Could we stand the tests of life without being able to dream in the darkest of hours? Apparently not, according to the author, who tries to explore our unyielding belief that things will change for the better.

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Clouds For Sale 

Have you ever tried to buy a cloud? Perhaps not, because even if you wanted, you wouldn’t be able to do so. Imagine they speak to you? Are they telling you about the Pacific and its endless waters or the South and its beaches covered with golden sands?