I will deactivate my Facebook account, mainly because it’s been terrible for my mental health. I’ve been depressed and suicidal for almost 7 years now. There was a time when I was able to use Facebook to reach out to my friends, especially those I’ve made from other parts of the world. And I was […]
“The history of ideas is like a drama in many acts” – Sophie’s World, Jostein Gaarder I have always hated history back in high school. It was all ‘what year did this person do this thing’ – when did the war start and when did it end, who started it all, and where. The Filipino presidents and […]
Dear self-love, Your cousins, sisters, brothers all outshine you Eros, Agape, Filia, Storge, just to name a few But out of all the people in your family Only you have ever left an impression on me; you see, No language in the world does justice to your name No culture that romanticizes the warmth of […]
My professor for GS 197 – Global Studies: Islam in Contemporary Europe – encouraged our whole class, Muslims and non-Muslims alike to wear a hijab for one whole day, in support of World Hijab Day. And this is what I learned.
This letter is for the people I got to work in the theater with” to the people who helped build Tisoy Brown, The Dressing Room, and Comedy of Errors – from the artistic team, to the tech team, to the performers themselves; to the people who helped build my own small play, “Animo, Pilipinas Naming […]
On my first day back to my province after a long and stressful month of college, my sister mentioned that a few of her friends still think I’m ~cool, because of the stunt I pulled 2 years ago during our Practicum. Context Our high school gives its Grade 11 students a chance to become a […]
October 19, 2016. The day the police rammed over our own people, I was with my Philo 10 class, visiting the camps of the indigenous people in the new CAL building. It was my first time this year to see them. We were listening to the story of the Dumagat tribe leader, when an Anakbayan […]