Might be the best thing I've done for myself on my birthday so far.
New York, New York. Can I be more cliche when it comes to this place?
I'm not a big fan of ceremonies. They are meant to be important, and important things make me alert and/or nervous. This might explain my tendency to play down at those "big" moments. When I first got into university, I perceived attending graduation ceremony as a privilege, for a small portion of people. They can… Continue reading Ceremonial Emptiness
Je tiens à exprimer mes remerciements les plus sincères à toutes les personnes qui, au cours des quatre années d’études, m’ont apporté aide, appui et soutien! Ma gratitude chaleureuse va également aux professeurs de notre université. Sans eux, je n’aurais pas pu acquérir des connaissances professionnelles et complètes pendant mes quatre ans d’études de la… Continue reading Remerciements
Technically, it is still prior to my graduation ceremony.
The whole idea of this memo is based on my yoga epiphany: there's nothing so important that it can't wait. Stefan has been obsessed with the idea of moving into a place where we can keep a pet. Last Tuesday night at a dessert shop, so abruptly, he said to me: "My friends have this… Continue reading Do Nothing/ It Can Wait
Voila, here's what happened in the last 72 hours.
嘿，屏幕面前的妳，我們有『話』想要對妳說。 Hey, you. Yes, you. Unique, pensive, creative, engaging, inclusive you. Uh, “do I know you”? Pfft. No matter who you are, you are our type.
『聽壹聽妳自己心裏面的聲音，它會告訴妳，妳想要什麽』 “I’m not sure, is it love, or is it something else?”
My shifts on crisis text line have been better than I've ever expected. Just need to keep in mind that, we are all human beings, and we are just talking.