I recently got into writing poems more again, so here is a poem that was inspired by a deep, meaningful talk on a blanket underneath the soft spring sun.
This chapter is a special piece inspired by a special person in the current chapter of my life. It was written after a special night of happiness. It’s an ode love and an attempt to capture the deep, rich, and bright feeling of love.
Plagiarism claims in the art sector: what are the odds of two people conceiving the same, complex idea independently of each other? Does true originality even exist?
Tacky green glasses roost on her head like a giant grasshopper. She flirts awkwardly with the camera as she is half smiling, half duck-facing.
Life stages many different shots of us and each of them tells a story…
I’m not one of the best, my abilities are not the best, thus, I’m unsuitable for the job.
Perhaps you’ve had similar doubts in your abilities before. Perhaps you also feel like you’re not good enough sometimes.
I understand and relate to this feeling, so, let’s work through these self-doubts together.
At the age of 12, my mind resembled a jolly playground of spinning fantasies and swinging creativity. As my fantasy world expanded every day, I also began to knit characters and stories around it. Eventually, it became impossible for me to keep all this yarn of tales locked away in my head, and that is how I came to my first attempt of writing a book.
Do you believe in the power of words?
Words are never just words. Words build meaning.
Words create images.
Words evoke feelings.
Words matter because…
Being young comes with an admirable recklessness and an emotional intensity that adulthood cannot compare with. But when we are young, we are also blinded by emotion and deaf to reason. I keep browsing through my memories, with my attention especially drawn towards life choices which I now cannot identify with anymore. To ensure that my future self will not repeat these past mistakes, I have created this list of important lessons my younger self has taught me…
Good weather raises my spirit, my work attitude, my health, making me generally more productive and vitalised. Unfortunately, I cannot control the weather though. The good news is that there are other factors beside the weather that influence our state of mind, mood, attitude, wellbeing, and performance. In fact, the most influential one of them lies well within our action range. Curious to find out more about how you can you help your wellbeing and performance reach their potential?
“I wonder what must be going on in your head to draw something like this”. That is honestly a good question. I mean, seriously, what did any artist think when they were painting?