Film Review: Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, is the sequel to the acclaimed Disney’s Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie as the dark fae herself and Elle Fanning as Aurora, a retelling of the beloved children’s fairytale Sleeping Beauty, with a little twist as it paints a new light on the supposed villain. REVIEW There was once a time when […]

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A Judgment of Character

The amazing thing about people is that time doesn’t really measure how much you know them. It’s confusing to see people you’ve known for years to become a stranger to you. Or someone you are with to somebody you used to know. It’s crazy to witness an unmasking of a fear you never really know […]

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Sunshine Blogger Award

I was nominated by Mr. James A. Best of JAMES A. BEST- AUTHOR for the Sunshine Blogger Award. You may check his website at https://myplace3187.wordpress.com for interesting insights about life in general. Thank you, Mr. James! The Sunshine Blogger Award Rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog. […]

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When Should I Trust? Who Should I Trust?

When should I trust? Who should I trust? Dear Friend, In a battle, a warrior must guide his own back. There is no one to fully trust, because sometimes, exposing your vulnerability will only mean danger for you. My friend, in a war where in you are left alone to fight for yourself and the […]

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TV Review: Peaky Blinders (Season 1 to Season 5)

The Peaky Blinders is a series created by Steven Knight, about a gangster family in Birmingham, England set in 1919. The Shelby family is the gangster family that heads the Peaky Blinders, named such as for their practice of sewing disposable blades into the peaks of their flat caps to use as weapons in blinding […]

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Wear Your Scars Like an Armor

You have always been questioned about your scars. You would sometimes give a laugh for an answer, for you know that even without your words they already have assumed answers on their head. And they look at you with curious eyes, not knowing that you can see through them. You can see their judgments, you […]

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Why is Our Generation Depressed?

Why is our generation depressed? Because we are pressured into thinking that even doing our best is not enough. We are labeled lazy, but the truth is, we face the problems that older generations made and expect us to solve them. Because we are still haunted by the prejudices of the past. We fight for […]

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Book Review: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

The Iliad has always been my favorite, though not for the love of Greece but of Troy. The mighty Hector is close to my heart, and I pity his fate and of the Trojans who were only casualties from a war brewed by the senseless pride of the gods. I cannot stress enough how much […]

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Book Review: The Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

The Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden is one of the highly recommended books to read. I was never really interested in historical fiction, because it makes me feel like I am reading for school work. Also, I thought this was based on true events and not fiction, and I am not the type […]

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There is a Reason Why You Always Feel Lost

Have you ever wondered about the reality in where there is a different version of ourselves in every person we encounter? It is like we exist with different story lines connecting into one that is our own. To the kid you passed by and smiled at because there was ice cream on his face, you […]

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