Expanding our Perception of Emotions: Call Me By Your Name and The Pisces

There is a way we feel when our heart is stolen and returned to us in pieces, in a way that cannot be repaired. There is a time when our souls will be so filled with grief that we cannot help but dive into the waters of sorrow and let them drown us. There isContinue reading “Expanding our Perception of Emotions: Call Me By Your Name and The Pisces”

What being Emotional has Taught Me: Why I Continue to Let Down my Walls

Ever since I was a child, I have worn my heart on my sleeve. It was hard enough for me to feel emotions, let alone hide them from others, so I always had my walls down. Everyone could see inside my shell and they all knew what I was feeling because I let it consumeContinue reading “What being Emotional has Taught Me: Why I Continue to Let Down my Walls”

Writing from Light: How I Learned to Write from my Light and not my Darkness

For years, I have been searching within my pain and drawing inspiration from that source of darkness. All that I would write was through tears that sprung from feelings of heartbreak, longing and hopeless desire, and from that I formed a cycle. Waking up, I would await the moment that I picked up a penContinue reading “Writing from Light: How I Learned to Write from my Light and not my Darkness”

Her: A Film of Failed Love

Her Overview Los Angeles in the future is a combination of many aspects displayed in the film, Her, yet the most significant one is a new artificial intelligence operating system called OS1. Theodore, a man in the process of a divorce, apprehensively purchases an OS1 and meets his personal AI, who named herself Samantha. ThroughContinue reading “Her: A Film of Failed Love”

Mac Miller and Mental Health

Born on January 19, 1992, Malcolm James McCormick, known professionally as “Mac Miller”, is mainly recognized as being the former boyfriend of Ariana Grande, however his achievements prove that he is so much more than anyone’s partner. Mac Miller began his career at the ripe age of fourteen, with the name “EZ Mac” and heContinue reading “Mac Miller and Mental Health”

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“I see your eyes every time I close my own. I see them, surrounded by the darkness, but staring back at me, with an unreadable emotion. I like that I don’t know what it was. I don’t want to know what it was.” – something from my new project