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"I know how to search your mind and find your secrets; I know the tricks."

“What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus, intestinal worm? An idea. Resilient; highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain, it’s almost impossible to eradicate. 618 more words

Recollection

Discernment never stops

This afternoon, I’ll attend a recollection together with our fraternity in Cenacle Sisters’ Retreat House somewhere in Loyola Heights. It’s my first time to attend a retreat/recollection here in Metro Manila since I graduated in high school. 57 more words

Writing

Remembering & Never Forgetting...

I am up late thinking about what my next blog post should be about. I came up with some ideas but nothing seemed worthy enough, especially on a day like today, September 11th. 370 more words

Life

Going Potluck

Ah, college. As I walk through campus, I see the easily recognized expressions of what many refer to as freshmen. Newbies. Fishies. Whether it be the look of utter confusion, the sheepish stare, or the face of utter despondency after the first round of tests, I remember my first bout with the great beast that is college. 2,689 more words

Memories and Sound

Sight. Smell. Feel. Taste. Hear. These are the five sensory gifts we have been blessed with so that we may enjoy life to the maximum possible extent (with no offense of any sort intended to those with any form of disability). 486 more words

Random Babbling

Fully Free

To recover one’s senses and
to come to one’s own self again
is: to stand again, to stay;
and to continue to recover one’s footing. 106 more words

Poetry

Faithful Recollection

I already know,

as soon as I forget you,

that’s when you’ll appear.

I just hate to think that that’s

what it always comes down to.

Poetry