June Articles

Have you ever thought that maybe you should have learned a different language or visited a different country? These thoughts occupy my mind because of Bang Sung Hoon and if you don’t know who he is, you better check him his works out. Here are the articles you can also check out during your spare…

“Man has been called a rational being, but rationality is a matter of choice — and the alternative his nature offers him is: rational being or suicidal animal. Man has to be man — by choice; he has to hold his life as a value — by choice; he has to learn to sustain it…

Student of the Week

Teacher: Is it difficult for you to do things simultaneously? Student: Yes, particularly when doing things in English. Teacher: Can I put that as a joke in my blog? Student: Oh sorry? What did you say? I just replied to a message in English. Sorry.    

“Life is a process of self-sustaining and self-generated action. If an organism fails in that action, it dies…It is only the concept of ‘Life’ that makes the concept of ‘Value’ possible. It is only to a living entity that things can be good or evil.” — Ayn Rand (Atlas Shrugged)


I had hoped to have five wives but I ended up having only one.   -from my student with big dreams.

“…the mind that is collectively orientated is quite incapable of thinking and feeling in any other way than by projection.” ― C.G. Jung

Quick review: A Modern Cinderella by Louisa May Alcott

A Modern Cinderella by Louisa May Alcott My rating: 3 of 5 stars It was a good book, don’t get me wrong and Alcott still managed to capture my heart with her literary wit. Is it as memorable as Little Women , or Jo’s Boys ? No. The stories in the book reminded me of…

Student of the Week

I need to have lots of dreams because I barely have time to enjoy them. -Eric

Quick Review: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

American Gods by Neil Gaiman My rating: 4 of 5 stars Actual Rating 4.5 I’m still praying to gods and waiting for them to accept my sacrifice before I can make a substantial review. All I know is Shadow’s character has been developed quite well and how it ends does not justify it… or probably…

“To be quite accurate, human nature is simply what it is; it has its dark and its light sides. The sum of all colours is grey – light on a dark background or dark on light.” — C.G. Jung (Psychological Types)