I Cried

I cried in front of everyone. It was not because I’m too emotional. It’s just that the reality was too overwhelming. I saw before my eyes the cruelty of the society we live in.

fear god atheist

God-fearing — I’ve heard the term too many times, and I don’t like it. It’s a word that people use to describe those who fear their oh-so-loving-god. Did you see what I don’t like there? Fear of a loving god. I mean, why the hell  would you be scared of someone or something that is supposed to be all-loving? That’s one irrational fear equivalent of a phobia. Maybe we should call it Jesusophobia. Yeah, let’s just call it that. (Actually, there’s already what we call theophobia, but Jesusophobia sounds so much cooler, so let’s just stick with that.)

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Image From Unccharlie.Xanga

Image From Unccharlie.Xanga

1. Waking up beside the person who completes you

2. Spending some quality time with your family/friends and bonding over the little things

3. Finishing your to-do list on time Read the rest of this entry »

raindrops sorrow sad

Image from RichardxThripp’s DeviantArt

The sky was dark yet so beautiful. The rain started to fall. Countless raindrops met my body as I tried to dance while  ignoring the piercing cold. I looked above the gloomy sky and wished for the warm sun to come. I closed my eyes  as the cold embraced all of my body. Read the rest of this entry »

Happy Singles Awareness Day!

Dead Cupid Valentines Day Single

Image from TimesUnion

Oh, look! It’s Valentines—bitter singles’ most dreaded day. On the bright side, it’s also S.A.D., as in Singles Awareness Day. It’s a holiday to celebrate one’s life of being an independent individual, romantically speaking. Read the rest of this entry »

Image from Well Being

Image from Well Being

1. Live simply, laugh heartily, and love unabashedly

2. Live your life. Screw what others think

3. Don’t be a second rate version of others. Be the best version of yourself Read the rest of this entry »


Ever since I realized that I’m a feminist, I spend a lot of time going all over the internet to see the views of non-feminists or anti-feminists on feminism. I was hoping to read positive responses and approval from both sexes. After all, isn’t feminism promoting equality in both genders? Read the rest of this entry »