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I often think about death. Not in the i-wanna-kill-myself way but death as in if I died today, have I lived in pursuit of what’s most important or did I spend my life chasing after nonessentials rendering my entire existence meaningless? It’s a sobering thought- one that brings my head in the clouds back to…… Continue reading Thoughtsdfghjkl
It seems to me that if I don’t make it a point to be conscious of time, it slips by me and before I know it, a day has already passed. – Day 13 of 365
I am not drunk. I’ve drunk more shots in the past to the point of inebriation- two shots hasn’t reached that point yet despite how hard the drinks were. The room is dim with disco lights flashing all around. Loud voices talking in unison fill the room but it does not drown Passenger’s Let Her…… Continue reading I am writing this sober.
In about two hours from now, 2017 will have finally come to a close and we will be welcoming a new year with all its joys, lessons, plot twists and detours. I am writing on my four-year old Nexus tablet (because my laptop has been acting up and I didn’t feel like troubleshooting) and astonishingly,…… Continue reading Bye, 2017!
Lately I’ve been thinking about greatness. I think everyone, to some degree or another, wants to be great. I mean, I sure do. I want it so bad, it hurts my ego not being on top of my game. But such is far from reality at the moment. I’m barely getting by and I’m trailing…… Continue reading On Greatness
Who am I? is the question I have been grappling with – consciously and unconsciously – since the beginning of my second year in medical school. It came upon me in one of those jeepney rides on my way home. Who am I? I remember looking at people’s description boxes on their social media profiles: med…… Continue reading Identity Crisis