At the center of your being, you have the answer; you know who you are, and you know what you want -Lao Tzu PublicDomainPictures – Pixabay I have always pondered the concept of what it means to be accepted by others. Either consciously or otherwise, we constantly judge others. That judgment is succeeded by selective … More Am I Right or Right?
Be you a freshman or a graduating senior, college life forever involves panting from stress. It’s kind of like running a 4 year long marathon ridden with the occasional shin splint, while sweating from a heat wave of endless nerves. Even when its 3AM and you’re pulling up that unwashed dorm comforter to cover yourself … More From College Graduation to Employment: 7 Best Tips for the Job Search
The God instinct is hard to explain simply because I know not where to start. For me, it comes from this: I believe in God. But really, why? A part of it stems from my being too scared not to, perhaps because there is too much at stake. From a logical vantage point, the favour … More The God Instinct
Oh, my, God. Mmmmm…Your lips purse into a thin line. Yum-me…That certainly isn’t pasty Ramen noodles. Your tongue impatiently does a death roll like a hungry crocodile trapped between your teeth. Gasping for air it’s trying not to drown in your own saliva. Uh-oh, did that lady really just see you grin at that oven … More Eat Like a Pig, Elegantly
I love college. Whether you’re in Harvard (1), Princeton (2), Stanford (5), Brown (15), GW (51), AU (79), Clark (86), Stony Brook (99) or any other top college/university in the US, or around the world, you know exactly what I mean. US university rankings for 2011 were published by the omniscient US News and World … More If You Don’t Go To College
“On leaving the island of Andaman…the traveller reaches Ceylon, which is undoubtedly the finest island of its size in all the world” – Marco Polo. Firstly, if you’re reading this, you should know where it comes from; more importantly, where I come from. One word, Sri Lanka. Fine, so that cliché didn’t work too well, … More Mapping My Roots: Genesis