Invisible Fence

A normal liberal life is one where one can do whatever they want and whenever they want as long as it doesn’t get extreme as much as killing a soul and even then, it can continue as a liberal life if not caught and given responsibility to handle the consequences of such actions. Life behind…

Did COVID-19 Pull an UNO Reverse Card on Extroverts?

A normal schedule pre-COVID-19 used to look like this: 8:00 am leave for work or school During those outside-house-hours a type of socialization must happen which probably would lead to extracurricular social gathering due to the fact one must make a social group in that place for those daunting slowly running hours to make it…

Do Not Panic

Life in every single individual has its ups and downs. There is no way a human being would come to this world and leave it without having any type of hardship no matter how big or small it is. If hardship is inevitable, then how come some people seem like they have never encountered it…

What is Good?

What is good? According to google dictionary, there are multiple definitions for this word depending on its proposition in a sentence. Generally, most of the definitions describe good as something wanted, righteous, or even a pleasant feeling. However, my question here is. What determines if something is good or not? Is it a common sense…

Cognitive Dissonance

Mind and body should work cooperatively. If there is disagreement between those two, the owner will fall in a state of delusion. In psychology, when the behavior doesn’t match the character there is a term that defines it as cognitive dissonance. Cognitive: the root word is cognition which is originally comes from “cognitio” in Latin…

Empty Thoughts

To feel empty is an end route that has multiple beginnings. Being there and not being here. Does anything matter? Those feelings that we feel like happiness, sadness, anger, fear, rage, revenge, satisfaction, depression. Where do all these lead us? Events after events after events until we die. Then what? What’s the point? We talk…

Silent Thief

Growing up as a shy kid in a social society was difficult to an extent that sometimes I felt isolated. Although during early time I had high confidence in myself, but somehow it just took me a long time to adapt. Later on Around sixth grade I started to have trouble to go to sleep,…