Volleyball and Me! -by Crucio Girl


I first played volleyball a few years back. As I recall this, I realize that at that time I knew nothing about it. Something that I owe to my friends. They wanted me to tag along and kept on insisting. Their persistence managed to convince me. That was my penchant to play volleyball, and I…

Benefits of Spiritual Yoga in a Secular World – by Claire


Yoga, as it exists today, is an ambiguous and ever-changing term. Its definition, goals and benefits differ from person to person, making yoga a multifaceted form of self-exploration and empowerment. For some, it is a means of spiritual liberation, for others simply a form of physical exercise. Yet all who practice yoga unanimously agree that…

Instead of “Sorry” Try saying “Thank You”


We lead such hectic lives, and it is possible to miss some of those never-ending lists of things that need doing. Letting people down or being late for certain things may become a habit and before you know it, you realize that you are continually saying “I’m sorry” over and over again. The response is…

The lazy flower


“Hey, get up!” He didn’t really feel like moving. It was an annoying routine. What was the worth of it? Get up, survive and sleep. Contributing to the world as they call it. “Get up, you weed!” “Yeah, yeah, I am up, you happy?” “You lazy ass, you have one job, just be up!” He…

Free behind a Cowl


Miles he has come, Light years yet remain, Filling the aware traveller with disdain.| Standing at the branches, Is a luxury long gone, All that is ahead, Is the blank canvas of mourn. The reciprocity of life, The quid pro quo of the world, And change are the three truths he accepts, For he is…

Don’t Force It -by Jeyran Main


Today I wish to talk about an important issue that may come across your life. There may come a time where you force certain things on your life. You make sure that they are accomplished whether you are happy about it or not. This could be anything, for instance, school, chores, something in your relationship…

Foreword


The Gods’ Work to Abandoned Son is an autobiography of a Filipino National who graduated in College by his will and faith in God. It is about a man’s life and ambition, his mother died when he was nine years old, his father harmed him, his half-brother tortured him during his childhood, and he was abandoned.

The story span of four chapters in chronological order, describing his childhood and adulthood life, his mysterious journey of life from nothing into something, a parallel journey that from learning at school and putting his faith on to God that turns his dreams into reality.

He became a street child, he was an alcohol heavy drinker, he became a victim of police brutality, and his life was almost taken twice by the bad youthful during his adulthood days.

Throughout his journey, he refers the real world of being a street child as dangerous; there are a lot of persons of the street with different characters that can harm you. He deals with them in any kind of matter whatever has caused and overcome them that lead him to a successful life.

Chernobyl disaster – The forgotten story


I’m not exactly sure when I learned about the Chernobyl disaster. I can’t have been a little kid, where on Earth would I have heard about such an event? I also know that it had to have been sometime prior to 2012. It was in this year that the horror film Chernobyl Diaries was released,…

Authors: Stop Selling Short -by Jeyran Main


Today, I wish to talk about something that has been bothering me for a while. Time and time again I notice that books are being sold for as cheap as 99 cents. I am not talking about the used or unwanted books you sometimes see at the entrance of libraries. I am discussing about the…

Finish What You Started – by Jeyran Main


“Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they started.” David Allen There are many things in our lives that we wish to change. That may be getting rid of bad habits or implementing new good ones. We set goals, promise ourselves,…