Musings of a Commuter – Rivalries and Adjusting Routine


I have an unspoken rivalry with this gentleman on my 6:35AM train to London. Believe it or not, this rivalry is over a seat. Yep, a seat. The window seat in the middle section of the quiet zone, to be precise. We’ve never verbally spoken about it, neither have we behaved maliciously towards each other…

Destiny


The story of Ruth On the 1st of January I had a revelation (I reckon it’s actually my very first revelation so I’m quite excited). Here goes: (Read all of the book of Ruth for full context. It’s only 4 chapters long) – http://bible.com/1/rut.1.1.kjv Now, according to this story, Ruth was married before to one…

Hurt People Hurt People


I’ve come to the realisation that hurt people can be so toxic, especially if they haven’t truly let it go. You can outwardly proclaim that it’s all in the past, but if you don’t INWARDLY let it go, too, you risk exposing others to the same bitterness that you suppress. Now, I feel the need…

Moment of Truth


I'm one of those people who think they know themselves very well (it took a long time to get here), so when something's wrong or I'm acting out of character, it's relatively easy for me to notice. I try hard to be in touch with myself so I stay on top of things. So it…

Would You Date You?


DISCLAIMER: Please, this is not an invitation to slide in the DMs, that couldn't be any farther from the purpose of this blog post.  The truth is that most of us only have good things to speak about ourselves when we analyse a crisis we find ourselves in, telling ourselves we're good people who don't…

What’s the Problem? 


The problem isn’t that a person isn’t perfect enough nor that they were “corrupted” by power, fame or whatever else we all quickly point to when a person “falls”. The problem is that we love putting people on a pedestal, so much so that we can’t imagine them killing a spider. Someone once made me…