Live Life with No Regrets

They say that your own disposition determines the quality of life you will have. Do you agree? Personally, I do. I believe that with the right thoughts and character, we can be happy and contented. We can reach that state of bliss and satisfaction only when we experience life, learn how to bear with its course, and live with no regrets. I have read somewhere that the saddest summary of life has three descriptions: could have, might have, should have. Even in my early twenty years of existence, there are already many memories stored in my past which made me Read More …

30-day Blogging Challenge: Day 27 (A physical feature you love)

“What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. These are but trifles, to be sure; but scattered along life’s pathway, the good they do is inconceivable.” ― Joseph Addison The number one physical feature I actually love is a beautiful pair of eyes. Since I have already written about it in my previous post, I will share you the second thing I like – a genuine smile. A smile bestowed to others clearly shows that there is a caring and kind person within one’s self. There were many things written about its power and how even a single act Read More …

Poetry: Escape

  [photo: The Phantoms of the Forest by Casoni Ibolya-Iby]   With my young heart, I loved purely and innocently, I gave yet I was inadequate for he left. Soon another one grew but was abruptly cut as a bud, it didn’t blossom. The cycle repeated. The leaves changed colors for how many times – I could not remember as my frail heart weakened to beat. Oh desolation! This emptiness when will it leave? I grew weary and prayed for this misery’s end. Until now, in here surrounded by earth, I pushed this limpid glass over me as I screamed Read More …

30-day Blogging Challenge: Day 24 (A movie no one would expect you to love)

Unlike books, I don’t spend much time watching movies. Sure, I go to cinemas at least once a month to watch in silver screen, but I think I haven’t watched enough movies. If I may put it in ratio, perhaps the rate will be 15:1 in favor of the printed words. I don’t have anything against films; it’s just that I find it more interesting and personal to read stories in fine details in a book than to spend watching it come to life in cinemas. Even though a movie may take only two to three hours compared to a Read More …