Perfectly Imperfect

The goal is not to be perfect; the goal is to be accepted for the imperfections.

Category: Memory Lane

The childhood stories, happy and sad.

I Don’t Belong

I have never really liked any festive seasons or holidays, especially the well-celebrated ones. I am beginning to enjoy my birthday because it is a private celebration, and I choose to celebrate with just one person, or a few people (separately). I used to hate my birthday, because mum invited many guests to celebrate joint birthday of my sister’s and…

the struggle to stay true to myself

I lived in Boon Lay since birth, till we moved to a new estate slightly over a decade ago. That was when Singapore was so young and developing. Residents moved from the Kampong to high-rise buildings which we call ‘Flats’, aka apartments. The British heavily influenced us, since we were once the British Colony, the term differs, but they mean…

Myth about Honesty

[BIGGEST EVER $20 COUPON*!] SG 1 ROYAL JELLY♥ BOOST 3X RESULTS!♥ 35-DAYS UPSIZE♥ Made In AustraliaLIST.QOO10.SG People lie, all the time. The more we say this, the more we are acknowledging that this is a normal behavior, even if it defies our primary belief system when we were children. I am beginning to believe that all Aspies would embark on…

the long walks | solo exploration

It is probably true to say that I desire for a soul mate, always. If not, someone who could come close to knowing who I really am. This is probably the most unreachable desire – someone who will never misunderstand me of my overly simplistic intention. There are walks in life that have to be taken alone. Each walk may…

weird and entertaining dreams | I’m with Jung on dream interpretations

I am not a fan to any particular theorist in Psychology. I must have mentioned too many times, Psychology is a relatively young discipline, and as human race continues to evolve, so is the environment, so is the technology and a bunch of other stuffs, so is the mind, so is the behavior, so should Psychology theories and diagnosis. That…

come, take a walk with me

This is probably a boring blog post for most of you, but it’s a leap over an invisibly high hurdle for me. In the recent years, I begin to grasp at ‘what’ I am, but I didn’t have a word for it. It must be a prayer answered, I reckon. I have taken multiple self-diagnosis tests on Asperger’s Syndrome. I…

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