Chapter 3 We Arrive There’s nothing wrong with admitting you need someone. For some reason, in our society it’s a crime to admit you’re human and that you feel things. But yeah, I needed my boyfriend at that moment. Would I have gotten on the plane if he wasn’t there? I can’t know the answer … Continue reading “How Africa Changed Me” – Chapter 3
There are many men in this world, Yet my grandfather towers above the rest. Perhaps this is because he isn't of this world. Of course he isn't. How could he be? No other man in this world could ever, Even hold a candle to my grandfather. No hand is as kind as it extends towards … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Grandad.
*This is chapter 2 of the series of posts called “How Africa Changed Me”, a book about my experiences for 2 weeks in South Africa.* Chapter 2 My Chest is on Fire I’ll try to be less morbid from now on – I’m lying – as the story starts. I had known about the Africa … Continue reading “How Africa Changed Me” – Chapter 2
*This is the intro chapter of the series of posts called "How Africa Changed Me", a book about my experiences for 2 weeks in South Africa.* Intro - "Why Should You Read This Book?" Because I want you to, OK? I need the money! Nah, I’m only joking. I guess it is entirely up … Continue reading “How Africa Changed Me” – Intro Chapter
This post and the posts to follow are long overdue. Like well overdue. I apologise for that. Anyone who actually consistently reads all of my posts may remember that I mentioned I went to South Africa back in August. I also said that I was writing about it. That was true at the time, but … Continue reading Africa and Updates on Plans
Before you give yourself to another, You first must love, Yourself. But we don't, do we? Not really. Not enough. Maybe we like ourselves, Sometimes. Maybe. But not as much as we Hate ourselves. We hate ourselves by, Comparing our lives to others, Hiding our true identity, Telling ourselves we aren't good enough, Not giving … Continue reading Happy Valentine’s Day to Me
"New Year, New Me" doesn't really work because as the clock strikes 12, we don't actually change. We may have been given a new calendar year, but we are the same people with the same problems and the same bad habits. I don't mean to put a damper on the new year. I for one … Continue reading New Year, Same Me