Until the day I have changed a life by impressing upon even just one of those 300 young minds the beauty and wonder and awe that I once held for wholeheartedly diving into other languages, then, I will have considered my quest unfinished.
“L’essentiel est invisible pour les yeux.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
“What is essential is invisible to the eyes,” but maybe it can be passed from a writer to a reader, who knows?
Self-promoting my Filipino blog on a hostel in Beijing. I kind of felt a weird excitement writing “Philippines” over a Continue reading
Astrological musings on the sun signs of prominent characters from George RR Martin’s masterpiece, A Song of Ice and Fire.
I don’t know why, but looking at it makes me think of loneliness–the beautiful kind, but lonely nonetheless.
Planning to visit or live in the Philippines? Some heads up on common Filipino attitudes to watch out for, for your better understanding. And in our defense, too.
According to a study by NASA, this is one of the best air-purifying house plants. And it’s incredibly easy to care for!
The cure for anything is saltwater — sweat, tears, or the sea.
Each language is a character with a face, with a shape, with a voice. It has stories to tell. It sees the world in a way that is unique only to it.