As the year comes to an end, some self-reflection was necessary. Here’s a quick summary of some of the main lessons that I’ve learnt this year: -You should not let your past dictate your present or future. Live in the moment, don’t dwell on the skeletons from your past. It happened, you can’t change it, … More Lessons Learnt In 2014
WWF… The heroes, the villains, the flamboyant costumes, the catchy entrance music, the outrageous story lines and even more outrageous matches… Yes, The World Wrestling Federation presented itself as a form of escapism for me when I was a kid. Why publish a post about wrestling? Simple, my reason behind it is to give my … More The WWF – My Childhood Heroes
I’ve spent the last few months quietly observing human behaviour. This can occur on social media, where people find it easier to be more daring behind their phone screens, or face-to-face scenarios, where people slowly but surely drop their masks, only to reveal their true selves. Most people who know me would likely define me … More Don’t Be Bitter, Get Better!
Midnight ramblings evoke thoughts of you, Your love is but pure and true. An eternity of bliss, Oh how I miss, Your sweet intoxicating scent Our fairytale is more than I could’ve dreamt. Our garden grows greener each day, Regardless of the few weeds running astray. I love you with every ounce of my heart. … More Midnight Ramblings
First of all, I’d like to start off by saying that there is no good side to PMS. Quite honestly, I’d be surprised if any woman had anything good to say about PMS. It’s that time of the month when I turn into a rabid beast. I just want to be left alone and more … More PMS- The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Down this deserted street, Only battered faces to greet. Piercing life wide open, While everybody is moping. A fool to cry. A fool to try. Do you pray? As you watch the world around you decay? They’re trudging in the bitter cold. Their souls already sold. Into cookie-cutter oblivion, Count the fake smiles…a million.
A sudden case of déjà vu… a spectacle that first bewildered me 20 years ago, when I was a precocious little kid. At the age of seven, you do as you are told, your parents pull in the reins, and in most instances, you are taught to absorb, consume and take heed of things as … More Religious Indifference