One of my favorite topics when I was taking Russian classes was the two giants in their literature: Leo Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoevsky. After some research, I found out that the two have extremely opposite lives, economically speaking, yet both ended up being great authors. Another thing I’ve discovered is that the Russians seem to … Continue reading The Burden of Free Will
This is the second part of the article I wrote entitled, Ganda Ka? This post is likewise about the important points from the high-rated movie The Day After Valentines. As I’ve mentioned in my first post, the said movie is available on Netflix with English subtitles! Also, I’m working on the English translation and I’ll … Continue reading Kumusta, Kaya Pa Ba?
In this article (which was originally written in Filipino), I talk about a high-rated film, The Day After Valentines. Also, the sleepless nights which led me to watching it. Nonetheless, the said movie is available on Netflix with English subtitles! Also, I’m working on the English translation (since most of our readers are English speakers). … Continue reading Ganda Ka?
This article is originally written in French. However, as requested, I translated it into English which is available below! Yup, scroll a little more... just right after the French version. Enjoy reading! I wish we all make our dreams come true. 💛 One of my favorite scenes in the Korean series "She Was Pretty" FRENCH … Continue reading Qu’est-ce qui s’est passé à vos rêves ? / What happened to your dreams?
Yup, you read that right. will.i.am, together with Brian David Johnson, wrote a book and the cover’s literally bright -- I mean, look how shiny it is! WaR book cover, published by Penguin Books, 2018. So, apart from its obvious glow, what made me pick this book among the hundreds on the shelves? I would … Continue reading will.i.am has a bright book!
Photo by Josh Hild on Unsplash This is a mini write-up showcasing another day in quarantine of a less fortunate individual. I decided to personally translate the message into three languages. I have one gentle reminder though before we start reading: It doesn’t hurt to check our privilege. I believe that we need empathy more than anything during these … Continue reading Secret Quarantine Files
Photo by Rhendi Rukmana on Unsplash Last year, I totally cut all forms of communication with my ex. After so many years, I found the courage to leave. Finally, I chose what’s best for me. And that is to run away. Maybe not as fast, but as far as I can. I vividly remember that day. After five … Continue reading Ignoring someone (who used to be special)
Les rues de notre village pendant le confinement (tous les deux ont été prises le 13 avril) Tout le monde a été confiné à cause du COVID-19. Évidemment, les classes ont prises une pause. Dans le pays, les écoles et les universités ont la liberté de choisir s’ils vont continuer les cours en ligne ou … Continue reading Le confinement pour les étudiants aux Philippines
My copy of the book 🖤 Paulo Coelho nailed it: The Winner Stands Alone is indeed “a crude portrait of where we are now”. It’s been a long time since I took a break from reading genres like this but my return is definitely worth it. So, what made me pick this book among the … Continue reading A closer look on ourselves
Photo by Joshua Hoehne on Unsplash In this article, I would like to give the spotlight to Mr. & Mrs. March. I believe they played an important role to the success of the Little Women in the story. In taking a closer look at the reasons why we love the sisters so much, let’s give the torch back … Continue reading They are the parents we were wishing for