Looking at what my life had been, I could say that it was a long train journey. I would approach the ticket booth and buy a ticket which has no destination. I don’t know where the end of the line is, whether the train I’m boarding leads to a place where i’m supposed to be. I gazed at the people around me but they are … Continue reading A Mere Way Station
Philosophy | Poetry I stand at a point in time To see where this road leads me Where is the end of the it? What is life all about? Am I just a speck in the cosmos Or something more special A being of great potential Life is filled with great mysteries I cannot fathom all the answers to it It is difficult to master … Continue reading Direction
Life is full of questions that can consume us. One thing we can be certain of in life is its uncertainty. In the midst of these uncertainties we ask the biggest questions of why we are here. Do our lives have meaning? Why do unfortunate things happen? The power of habit hinders us to ask these questions about our existence. We ought to put a … Continue reading The Quest for Answers
Memento Vivere– Latin of “remember to live” Perhaps many people recall the Latin phrase “memento mori” or remember to die. It cannot be denied that death is the moment living species will experience eventually. The end of existence is something that should be noted; that life lived will come to an end. Mortality is the inevitable destination of humanity. Seeing the deaths of others always … Continue reading Memento Vivere
When I look at old family pictures and memorabilia, I see faces stuck in time. It recalls moments of life that meant something special. An event that calls for it to be documented, though not always recalled. These repositories of life events was made possible because these moments are worth recounting. Memories are a fragment of time passed. As life continues on, we constantly create … Continue reading A Fragment of Time
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