Stop crossing oceans for people who don’t even jump puddles for you

Good day my dear readers, I have wanted to write about this topic for a while, and a couple of days ago my friend gave me further incentive to go ahead and write it. So here it goes… There’s this saying that goes, ‘if they don’t like what you bring to the table, let them eat alone’, indeed, I couldn’t agree more. You know what you … Continue reading Stop crossing oceans for people who don’t even jump puddles for you

Don’t rush your ‘come up’: Rome wasn’t built in a day

I feel like this post is a continuation to my thoughts reflected here… but wait for it, theres a twist… Good day ladies and gentlemen. Is it still acceptable to wish you a happy new year since it’s my first 2016 post? Perhaps not, let me instead, put it in a lighter format and wish you a year full of blessings and fulfillment. I am … Continue reading Don’t rush your ‘come up’: Rome wasn’t built in a day

Education in Conflict Ridden States: Education For All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report (GMR)

It’s been a long time coming…after a few months absent, I finally have what I think is a very pertinent topic to discuss… An interesting topic of discussion that I want to bring forth today is the idea of education being seen as a security threat- or the lack of, particularly in conflict-ridden countries. Today, I want to discuss with you the Education for All … Continue reading Education in Conflict Ridden States: Education For All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report (GMR)

Competition & Comparison

Just like the thin line that exists between love and hate, I also believe that there is equally the same line between healthy and unhealthy comparison, and healthy and unhealthy competition. Something that has been catching my eye quite a lot lately, is the, allow me to say, destructive tendency to compare and compete oneself with others. Let me develop my ‘destructive tendency’ a little … Continue reading Competition & Comparison

“No point in having an unexamined life”

This week’s post was almost delayed, as I couldn’t think of a topic to explore- until I browsed through my notes on my phone and found a quote by Socrates that inspired me. Last year, one of the modules that I chose to do was ‘Historia de las ideas politicas’ (History of Political Thought) and though it was something that I had somehow explored at … Continue reading “No point in having an unexamined life”