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Author | Creative | Film Enthusiast. A 20 year old passionate about uplifting people and trying to make sense of a place we call the Universe.

A Soul Craft Prompt

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Have you ever wanted to speak to the rest of the world all at once?

I’m not talking about promoting your life or views as one does on social media. I’m talking about giving a heartfelt, sincere message to a fellow human in hopes that it will speak to their soul.

We live in an era that allows us to share our voice with countless others at the tip of our fingers. This platform is just one of the places we can do so.

This is why I’ve come up with the idea of the Letters to Humanity prompt. Essentially…


A breakdown of films for your soul

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A movie is a projection of a world that we choose to indulge in for a specified amount of time. In that amount of time, we’re given the ability to link ourselves to a particular character, or situation that we’re presented to. In other words, films have the tendency to make us switch our perception of space and time, and for a brief moment, think and reflect on the stimulus, or subject being served to us.

Movies offer an escape from the world we’re accustomed to seeing when we wake up every morning.

For spiritually awakened people who are naturally…


On society’s obsession with schedules and queues

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If you want to bring about change in your life in today’s world, you ought to wait. Thinking of getting a job? You need to pass an hour-long interview. Have a letter you need to deliver? The queue at the post office is right there. Need to obtain a driver’s license? There’s a couple paperwork you need to sort through.

Oh, but it doesn’t end there. If you aspire to move onto the next stage of the game I like to call modern living, you’re not encouraged, but obliged to wait. In the doctor’s waiting room, on the law firm’s…


Some thoughts on the age of “How I Made (Insert Amount)” Articles

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Before I dive into this piece, I would like to clarify that I am not judging people who do produce pieces labelled as the ones I will address. It is a free world and we are all entitled to post whatever may be on our mind. But with freedom of expression comes the ability to express one’s observations on a specific matter, which is what I’d like to do now.

The motto of this platform is telling meaningful stories and supporting voices that matter. Right now, what I’m noticing is a transfusion of definition. …


Deciding to commit to a freelance career

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I was born in 2001, right after the turn of the century. While I may not be able to give you a detailed description of the economic crises having affected the world to this date, I can give you an insight into the crises that are yet to occur.

An incoming grand shift to the economy is planned to take place around the start of 2030, with an increase in the number of automated jobs. …


Sir Benjamin seeks a date

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“You may need to tell me what kind of women interest you, Sir B — I mean, Ben,” says the young boy as the two cross the road towards a local bar.

“You mean my taste? Well, I don’t typically go after looks, but a big butt could never go wrong,” he replies, before the next thought hits him. “And maybe a nice chest.”

The young boy glares at him. “What about her interests? Is there anything specific you would like to discuss with her?”

Ben scratches his forehead. “I… I don’t know. I haven’t really thought about that before.”


Free to download, for a limited time only

Photo by Author — Cover of A Glimpse of Eternity

A couple of months ago, I released a poetry and short story collection called “A Glimpse of Eternity” that is now available to download for free as an e-book on Amazon. Given the recent occasion of my birthday, I thought what better way to celebrate than by giving away one of my most prized creations to people, both near and far?

I started writing the book at the peak of the pandemic, and while it doesn’t deal with the events of 2020 directly, it does incorporate themes that I believe are closely related to it — thoughts and emotions almost…

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