Don’t Think

I don’t think people die from bullets, not from incurable diseases, not from being forgotten. They’ve been woven into the souls of the people they left behind, they’re in the little habits of the people they passed by, The little personality they left behind that was adopted by the people who loved them. People don’t die because when they goes away. The other inherits a little part of them in themselves and when the others pass away they leave a little of them in someone else and the process continues. We never really die we just become a part of … Continue reading Don’t Think

An Outlook on Poverty 

Over 3 billion humans in the world suffer from poverty.  1 billion children.   805 million without adequate food.   750 million without clean drinking water.   1.6 billion without electricity.  Poverty -classically- refers to the state where a person’s basic requirements of food, shelter, and clothing are not being met- a condition where it is difficult for the individual to exist in society. As of 2015, the poverty line decrees a person considered to be in extreme poverty if they live on less than 1.90 international dollars.* Poverty is classified into absolute or relative poverty. Absolute poverty is used to account for … Continue reading An Outlook on Poverty 

Anxiety is the friend who stays past dinner and doesn’t want to go home.

Then a few times more

All in the span of five minutes

And if there was still no response, we’d argue

“They’re probably busy,” I’d say

“They don’t want to talk to you,” she’d say.

“They must have not checked their phone.”

“Maybe you said something wrong.”

My friend started sticking around a lot more. Continue reading Anxiety is the friend who stays past dinner and doesn’t want to go home.