Let Us Suppose

Let us suppose that you (after going through one of the saddest period of your 33 years) have finally decided to end waging war with life, with plans, with people, with yourself because the shit you piled on your plate has gone up so high that even you have become disgusted with it. Let us suppose … [Read more...]

Death And The Many Changes

Death changes you. It not only shows you how different you are before the loss but it will also give you the opportunity to re-frame yourself thereafter. You still live in the same house, drive the same car, surrounded by the same things and the same people, but the world in general is … [Read more...]

11 Memories Of My Father That Have Made Me Who I Am Now

One “1984. My father dragged 3-year old me with him in Yacapin Street, Cagayan de Oro City to run after his crazy wife who suddenly had the crazy idea of packing her bags and leaving everything behind because she had enough.” Run. Run after the things that are important to you, no matter how crazy … [Read more...]

A Map Of Life

When I was filing all the pieces of paper souvenirs I got from my recent Vietnam trip in my journal, I found myself stuck looking at the map that served as my life raft there. It didn’t look much now (it looked like something that you can wipe your ass with) but it looked pretty presentable when it … [Read more...]