“There are no such thing as a bad decision.” (I am afraid of making one. I am afraid of taking a path I should have not be walking on.) “Sometimes the wrong choices take us to the right places.” (What classifies as ‘the right place’? Is it the one that makes us feel like rethinking… Continue reading antithesis
“...I don’t know, Karina. How do I leave my comfort zone?” “Well, just look at me – seven thousand miles away from home. Away from my comfort zone.” “Yeah, but you’ve made another comfort zone, didn’t you.” This is my room. My sanctuary. The place to rest. The place I can be sane. Away from… Continue reading Comfort Zone
It was during one evening; specifically on Easter night. Five individuals were chattering in a language I do understand but have yet to speak in. For that inadequacy I slowly drifted off, and as my brain began to wonder, I started on contemplating life. How did I get here? I remember going on a plane.… Continue reading Feigning Ignorance
When a friend is leaving your home country, it feels like they are going to leave your life forever. Even when you still hear from them. Even when they do come back at times. I’m not sure if it’s about the lack of communication or the fact that they are practically living a new life… Continue reading On people moving out of town.
“I was hoping that I’m good enough” There’s too much emotion stuffed in that little sentence. Hoping that you are good enough is heavy. I don’t even know to whom you are trying to convince about how ‘good’ you are - if that is ever measurable. To your parents? To your friends? To the people… Continue reading I never told you.