I have just realized it's been a while since I last wrote about my life experiences. I focused a lot on reflections and thoughts inspired by my summer adventures, but I actually didn't mention anything about where am I going with my life. Truth is, I don't even know that well. Every time I have… Continue reading Find Your “Home Team”
It all starts with the moment when, for a second or two, you forget about any worry, plan, or obligation inside your head. It's the moment when all your senses are awake, simply enjoying the given present. You listen to the noises around you, feel your body anchored in the ground, and see the precious… Continue reading The Art of Being
"you taste like sea salt", she noticed. "you taste like freedom", he responded. then they kissed again. with a taste of sea salt and feel of sand, they brought the sea waves in their passionate love. warming each other's bodies from the coldness of the night swim in the sea, they became one. one body,… Continue reading a taste of freedom
M-am invățat așa de mult să lucrez de dimineață până seară, să caut să ating productivitatea la cote maxime, să fiu în controlul timpului meu astfel ca nicio secundă să nu fie pierdută pe lucruri ce nu s-ar adăuga la bagajul eficienței mele, încât mă cuprinde o stare de anxietate atunci când ma suprind stând,… Continue reading Stai sau Hai?
In my spring term of freshman year, I chose to take an Ethics class as a free elective. It turned out to be the most fulfilling class I have ever taken, as it challenged me to read and understand theories of different philosophers and discuss many ethical situations. For my final paper, I had to… Continue reading Philosophical Reflections on American Students’ Attitude Towards Education
From the moment I started freshman year, I knew I wanted my first spring break ever to be meaningful. However, I've never thought I was going to have one of the most life-changing experiences of my life. All thanks to Startup Island, and all the people in my life that made the trip possible. It was… Continue reading Startup Island’s Life-Changing Trip to Costa Rica
Every year, I like to have what I call a wi-fi detox, which is basically a period of time when I go without internet, usually a couple of days. This year, my detox was different. It turned out to be a social media detox, and it lasted for nearly two weeks. I needed it more… Continue reading Take Time to Disconnect