I have finally graduated from what feels like a lifetime undergraduate degree of dental surgery. I found out my results two weeks ago now, soon after the spoken exams which were the most difficult, terrifying and important exams I have ever had to do in the whole 5 years of Dental school. I am just … Continue reading Summer Update.
It seems like these days many people complain about how useless their degrees are and how it was a waste of time, effort and finances. I used to be the same, resenting my degree, blaming people for the arduous years of university I've had to endure. But now at long last, at the end of … Continue reading Is Your Degree Worth It?
I watched a TED talk recently about living to not regret anything. In it, Iman Aghay talks about his own experience of near death in his youth and the profound impact it had on his perspective of life and the life he had so far lived. Upon his miraculous recovery he felt deeply grateful to … Continue reading Dying Regrets, Living Regrets
Sometimes you just feel down, in a funk for no particular reason - nothing bad has happened for you to feel this way, everything is just so so, life is okay. I used to feel bad when I felt this way, I thought something was wrong with me to not feel positive, happy and excited … Continue reading Being in a Funk
For those who have concrete dreams, goals of things they want, it is easier to know how they might get there because they know the end point they want to arrive at. But what about those who aren't quite sure what they want, what their passions and dreams are? A friend of mine said something … Continue reading For Those Who Don’t have a Dream
I haven't been writing on this blog for a while because I've been very busy recently with uni, work and everything in between. Somewhere in all the business and rush of life, I realise that I am not being present but looking forward to the future rushing towards me or the past that does not … Continue reading 12.07.17
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Pieces of you, They cut me But I wanted to make Something beautiful— Moonlit scrawl. Written content belongs to the author and is subject to copyright
An old photograph, Black and white, Small in size With a corrugated border. A young man sits on the wheel of A classic bicycle, Handlebars high, A round bell, nostalgic. Behind, a brick wall with An open dark door, Beneath, concrete stone floor. A single squared uncovered Of the framed sash window. Collared shirt, Smart … Continue reading A Life Well Lived
Four years it took me To accept the fate I chose Now to the future. All content belongs to the author and is subject to copyright.