On Joey De Leon’s Disgusting Comment About Depression

            I was beyond triggered when I saw the trending video of Eat Bulaga’s Joey De Leon commenting about how depression is only just made up by the people suffering from it. He was so sure about what he was talking about that the arrogance and pride in his tone seemed to scratch my insides –I felt itchy listening and looking at him. I couldn’t comprehend how an adult person whose income is more than enough to feed his family and sustain their wants could be that… stupid.             According to him, people who suffer … Continue reading On Joey De Leon’s Disgusting Comment About Depression

But there could be so many right things in the world, and some of them even though they could make you happy, would always be second best. For the past two months that I haven’t posted in here, a lot has already happened with life. Things that my younger self must have never thought of experiencing. I’m not going to talk about them in this post because I’m not yet emotionally ready to talk about those stuff. Instead, I’m going to talk about the quotation quoted above. I got it from one of the fanfics I loved to read from … Continue reading

19 Years Old and the Most Important Thing I Learned in Life

The first memory I have of going in front and talking to a huge number of people traces back to the time when I was still in the first grade. At that moment, my teacher asked us to share to the class our “dream” in life. I was about six or seven years old back then. My bestfriend in elementary who was a natural at talking to people and who seemed to have already decided what she wanted in life at such a young age told the class that she wanted to be an engineer, she was the smartest in … Continue reading 19 Years Old and the Most Important Thing I Learned in Life

Hype and Anticipation Over Code Geass R3

Disclaimer: Code Geass is probably the only anime I’m talking about in my blog, but who cares? Lol. I’ll probably post my thoughts about other series in the next few days.  So here we go. I’ve been over the moon with the news of my *fave* series *officially* getting a few more episodes, a set of movies (with Lelouch in it), or a third season. I’m hoping for a third season though. Code Geass first aired in 2006. Looking back, that’s an awful long time already. After that, the series got its 2nd season in 2008. Then, it was followed … Continue reading Hype and Anticipation Over Code Geass R3

Time: The Tragedy of the Rest of Us

When I was a young girl, I used to stare at the round clock hung in the wall of our home and thought that its hands never got tired of ticking. At age six, I still did not know how to read the clock and it was only after a year when I entered elementary that I learned how to. Hence, at the early years of my childhood, the object that made all the others around me work with frantic toils was nothing but a round piece of plastic ornament I was fond of watching round and round. I would … Continue reading Time: The Tragedy of the Rest of Us

Life of an Introvert in a Nutshell

            At first sight, people most often feel taunted of approaching me. And they often feel more daunted when they hear me speak, or when they see me act the way I do. It’s not like I look like an ill-minded criminal for them to feel that way. It’s just that my aura is most of the time daunting for people who do not know me at all, and especially for people who know me very little.             I am an introvert. And if I am not misjudged for being just too shy, I am often misjudged for being too … Continue reading Life of an Introvert in a Nutshell