Humanity For The Rest of 2020

Halfway through 2020 and we have gone (and still going through) with the following: Wild Fire in Australia; destroyed the ecosystem Tensed War in the Middle East; Iran vs USA after an Iranian General was killed in Iraq Coronavirus spread from Wuhan, China Brexit- United Kingdom withdraws from the European Union Locusts destroyed crops in […]

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This Is Why You Should Hold On

This is why you should hold on. You don’t have to get out of the dark. You have let it consume you, but sometimes.. sometimes we need to be in shadows. I just need you to light a little flame there, like the dark night with a lone star- lonely, oh so lonely, but hopeful. […]

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It Is Not You I Miss

It is not you I miss, but the gap you left me with makes me think of it. I know I am long over you, as I am writing this I can’t even remember your face anymore. It’s funny how the small things that used to mean so much to me no longer matter. Like […]

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Come What May

You came to me with a strange look on your face while we sat down to look at the sky again. I knew by then you already have a question on your head. I waited, listening to the wind whispering to the leaves. Minutes passed by and silence swept over us. Finally, you spoke and […]

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5 Traits of People Who Are Born in February

February is the most unique month of the year as it is never constant. Every four years we add one day to the calendar and call it the leap year, due to the fact that the Earth orbits around the Sun in about 365 and a quarter. To synchronize our calendar year to the solar […]

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Book Review: The Similars by Rebecca Hanover

The Similars is a book by Rebecca Hanover on human clones. The Similars is a thought provoking novel that gives you a glimpse about the possibility of human cloning. It strikes you with questions on science and society. The story gives you a roller coaster ride on events. I must also compliment the development of […]

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Book Review: Supernova by Marissa Meyer (Book 3 of the Renegades Series)

Just as I’ve thought that I have ran out of new subjects to read about, Marissa Meyer came up with the Renegades. Superheroes are indeed everywhere in the cinematic world as well as the long standing comics, but not much on Young Adult fiction. I was excited when I read about Meyer’s books, because she […]

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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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TV Review: Raising Dion (Season 1)

Raising Dion is a Netflix series adapted from the comics by Dennis Liu. Raising Dion is a story that revolves about a struggling single mother raising her son Dion, whom she discovers has powers. As she gets on with everyday life, she finds out that Dion inherited his powers from his father, Mark, a scientist, […]

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