Writer's Block Journey and Thoughts

Impostor Syndrome

Recently I was browsing quizzes from Buzzfeed, when I came across a quiz that would reveal a secret I’ve kept hidden within.   They were trivial questions, random ones that didn’t seem to be consequential...

Hands

Hands

Lola washes her hands a lot.   She washes them upon waking up, before eating, and before she sleeps.   Even in the mid-day, she stops whatever she’s doing, looks at her hands and goes...

Fireflies

Fireflies Fireflies It was a moonless night.    The forest was quiet, save for the occasional rustle of branches. A small cabin stood in the middle of the woods.   From its glass windows one could...

La Vie En Rose (or How to be Happy again)

La Vie En Rose It was a starlit sky, he noticed. A man sat on a nearby bench at a park, a hand holding a bouquet of roses.   The park’s lamps lit up in...

My Experience with the LG Sport (And Four Things I Can’t Get Past)

When the Smartwatch craze first erupted with the advent of the Apple Watch, consumers were eagerly waiting for Google’s action.  When they unveiled the Android Wear OS in 2014, with a model smartwatch using...

The Case for Moral Government (Part 1)

I believe that the problem with the existing modern governments (as well as the traditional governments that were deemed flawed), was they have lost something intrinsically and critically important: a moral core.

Democracy is the worst form of government…

“… except for all the others we’ve tried from time to time”.   I heard this quote by Churchill from political pundit and US late show host, Stephen Colbert.    But researching online for...