gen

thinker. traveller. sweetheart. scribe.


the minority dilemma

putting our virtues ahead of our ambitions


a Bidayuh tribal chieftain smiling ahead of an old Sarawak Flag from the Brooke Dynasty that ruled


the unattainable freedom.


honestly.

i had almost always hated satire.

it is if overtly exploited, the lowest form of non-factual literal art i’ve seen. from it’s point of content, it has nothing much to do with freedom of speech. a few sardonically twisted comment some tasteless joke and voila, a satire. if there is any truth between the ink and paper…


the minority dilemma

putting our virtues ahead of our ambitions


a Bidayuh tribal chieftain smiling ahead of an old Sarawak Flag from the Brooke Dynasty that ruled


the lonely street called enlightenment

to release that need to belong and discover the greater plan on why we exist.


the conundrum of political evolution

history isn’t meant to be recycled. ever. 


Joining the Nazi party purely in hopes of finding a job, German August Landmesser


the secret to happiness: uncertainty

belief and sincerity in self reliance during moments of chaos


jerusalem snow

what really matters and why my perception of any holiday season has changed


that snow everyone’s been calling miraculous, isn't rare.


to live and to exist.

existence does not influence. it is an acknowledged treasure that needs to be cherished and be inspired from.


who are you?

the creation and sustainability of an identity.


you. yes you young man.
you may be of my age but you have no respect for the identity of history, nor…