Tag Archives: writing

What Should I Say?

The world of blogging was much more than I expected. Being part of this, I have gained truly a lot of experiences, work, emotional feelings and insights for a third of the year. I started this blog for the sole … Continue reading

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Oh Snap!

He was the only one speaking outright that the drivers of the cars should move from the no parking zone for the bus. Everyone’s attention shifted towards him as did mine. I’ve noticed the man had a slight limp. He … Continue reading

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If You Recommend Blogging?

Fellow bloggers, Now that you are blogging, would you recommend someone else to blog? How? Apparently, the reason my brother takes a really long shower is because he spends the majority of the time thinking. It was the soothing and … Continue reading

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Breaking Barriers

Music in itself is a language. You don’t have to understand the words to the meaning, tone of the song, or what the artist is trying to portray. If the song has reached your ears, chances are that they may … Continue reading

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What’s The Point?

For those out there wondering why watch this “Erin Brochovich” movie? Julia Roberts playing as Erin Brochovich What’s the point? Why should we care? Who gives a damn about Chromium 6, groundwater contamination or anything environmental? For one, I don’t … Continue reading

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Spoiling My Appetite Reading Vampire Diaries Books

Photo credit: The Vampire Diaries on CW TV show Have you ever read an amazing novel and questioned the integrity of the film or show? Most of the times, books are always better than its counterpart. Books provide detailed explanation … Continue reading

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Do you like playing God?

You sit high on your imaginary pedestal as you utter your assumption. You are watched by everyone thinking you served some sort of justice. Your words draw silence from the audience and it’s not appreciation or admiration. They are not … Continue reading

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