A 4-inch Screen is Too Small for Life

A 4-inch Screen is Too Small for Life

A lot of people talk to me about my relationship with social networks, so let’s talk about my relationship with social networks… I hate them. Okay, maybe ‘hate’ is too strong of a word to reflect how I feel about them, and they can be helpful in organizing an event or sharing this blog post, … Continue reading

5 Ways How My Childhood Made Growing Up Easier

5 Ways How My Childhood Made Growing Up Easier

  Growing up allows us to experience change and explore unfamiliar horizons. Ironically, no matter how ever-changing life is, there are things that remain with us making us better version of ourselves. It was the wonder of innocence, the longing for knowledge, and the greatness of life that made becoming a youth remarkable chapter of … Continue reading

Leadership in Times of Indifference

Leadership in Times of Indifference

Are young leaders surrendering in a world of indifference? Is this indifference leading us so far that we forget what we are endowed with simply by being human? Every human person living within any society, regardless of any condition, possesses the same rights as everyone else – rights that protect his dignity, protect his integrity … Continue reading

20… Just Another Number

20… Just Another Number

No one warns you about the fear of turning 20 until the time comes. It’s the moment where you start panicking, and begin to think about all the things you have to do before that D-Day. It is, after all, like entering a new decade, a new era. Is it normal for me not to … Continue reading

My Asia Pacific ELC Experience

My Asia Pacific ELC Experience

I was an intern during the 2nd batch last year (May – June 2013) and one of the reasons why I joined WYA Asia Pacific (WYA AP) is to have the opportunity to experience organizing the 2nd WYA AP Emerging Leaders Conference (ELC). I am interested in experiencing a very hands-on training on project management and … Continue reading

Letter to my Role Model

Letter to my Role Model

An open letter to my role model: I realize that I am seven years too late to be expressing my appreciation for all that you have done, but I never could find the words until now.  Perhaps as a sixteen year old, it was difficult for me to acknowledge and articulate how much you meant … Continue reading

Writing is an Act of Life

Writing is an Act of Life

Writing about writing …isn’t that ridiculous??? Many would think so. I personally did not think about the matter that much. I have always been writing during my education; in my exams and assignment papers, and if we count the essays the number will be in the thousands… I have been constantly writing with a feeling … Continue reading