When you are surrounded by beasts and they aren't nearly as fantastic, grab this book and apparate.
Over the weekend I watched a number of Takehiko Inoue's Slam Dunk episodes. They were chosen in random -not exactly since I focused on episodes where Sendoh appeared. Anyway, it's not a secret anymore that I simply adore him. Certain realizations arise when you watch a series or even a movie for several times and … Continue reading My New Take on Slam Dunk
I started March particularly well with a presentation on SVA and voices for our team's brown bag session, a trip to Taiwan on the second week, and a system deployment for work--but technically I wasn't the one who deployed it so let's not delve into this. But hey, who's asking? Nietzsche on How to Find … Continue reading March 2019 Articles
Love month! The shortest month of the year just came in a whirlwind and for all we know, there are only 10 months before 2020. I better stop here, lol. Here are the articles I found sooooo informative this month: Hideaki Akaiwa Jumps Headfirst Into Tsunami Water To Save Family and Neighbors And that's love. … Continue reading February 2019 Articles
Thirty days ago, we were just celebrating New Year and now it's not even new anymore, unless you're like me who thinks that tomorrow is another year, full cycle and celebrates it nonetheless, minus the extravagant dinner and fireworks. What it's like to live in a well-governed country (BBC) There are some policies I don't … Continue reading January 2019 Articles
With all the changes that happened in 2018, I only managed to read 33 books, 9 of which were manga volumes--I didn't included the other mangas I read using my MangaRock app because it was honestly tedious looking for Volume Titles in Wikipedia. Had I included all of them, had I been patient enough, I'm … Continue reading 2018 Reading Challenge- Results
Yes, Sherlock, it is. Or was. Last year's December caught me by surprise, and lo and behold, come January, I realized my post went on without even me sufficiently greeting my readers a Happy Christmas and a blessed New Year. And since I don't want to be caught unaware again, I have prepared a proper … Continue reading December 2018 Articles
I get excited thinking about concepts the same way I get excited when I receive pens as holiday gifts. It doesn't show much on my face but yes, apart from roller coaster rides and books, there are things that get me excited. I may not understand the concept of YOLO the same way as the … Continue reading Not Wired that Way
Where lies your passion, you may find your strength.How do I identify the difference between these two? Strength for me is a product of consistent practice. It's an overt behavior and in a way it means people compliment you for it without you needing them to or without you knowing why. To exemplify, one of … Continue reading Passion vs. Strength, The Magnet Theory
https://www.facebook.com/163114621046/posts/10156598622046047/ Vibal Group released another video, their own fresh take on #BonifacioDay. Can relate to the video? Like, share, comment and tag your friends.
I'm pretty sure I am not the first one to write about it but I want my own version for content purposes. Upon you reading this, I will have finished reading the screenplay of Fantastic Beasts: the Crimes of Grindelwald and will have mulled over the movie several weeks after its release. I hereby present … Continue reading Parallelisms: Harry Potter and Credence