I am wondering. When people start feeling that initiating small talks about mundane things, about every day, means they are disturbing each other's life, does this indicate the end of the relationship?
Another paradox. Peace divides people more than wars do. During wars, the whole country just have one shared goal. When peace is achieved, people are more likely to be bounded by group benefits, becoming treacherous and selfish, and thereby hurting one another. It is being divided from the inside. It is like cancer cells, growing … Continue reading Another paradox
WHY DO WE SMILE? WHY DO WE LAUGH? WHY DO we feel alone? Why are we sad and confused? Why do we read poetry? Why do we cry when we see a painting? Why is there a riot in the heart when we love? Why do we feel shame? What is that thing in the … Continue reading
Come across this video. The makers and the interviewees all were born in 1987. As I was. It's not a video to celebrate the coming of age 30. Just a mini project more likely to be a life-mark reminding the owners and also some of other fellows that, hey, you are about to pass another … Continue reading 30
Have you ever woken up to a day which is so nice that you feel like you can die right away and leave behind all worries and thoughts and pains and missing and whatsoever even vague yet burdening and energy sucking? Today is such a day. A day in early April. The cool breeze carries … Continue reading
Translating a scene in which three fat and vicious rats were polished off by an army of corgis, equally ferocious. And feel sorry for the rats. I am getting old, perhaps. More feeble than I have ever imagined I would be. ~
These days my FB news feed have been flooded with posts about pedophilia. Some share some account's status with pictures of three suspected abusers. Some share videos by UNFPA or UN Women on how to teach kids to protect themselves in front of potential abusers. And surprisingly, many posts are personal stories about their own … Continue reading On harassament: What has been taken away