Sometimes, the answer to the question won't be "fine" or "mabuti."
Getting a tourist visa to nail a job in the United Arab Emirates is as risky as it can get. You either make it or you break.
This Christmas, I call the city of Al Ain and my father home, and that to me is enough.
Turtles All The Way Down is the latest addition to the gripping and heart-wrenching quartet of John Green novels that has given literature for young adults a refreshing take. This time, Green lets you in on a vicarious read that would make you feel the struggles that go along with OCD like you own it.
We make a lot of journeys in life, literally and figuratively, to be able to just get there to whatever place we want to be. Every journey must begin somewhere, and it often begins with a 'why'. Here is mine.
The last time my mother was in her hometown was in 1989. Nearly 30 years later, she finally gets the chance go home, and this time with us.
In a time lapse, I am on a standstill. While I am busy trying to figure out what I want to do, the world has already gone ahead of me. This feeling of getting left behind I cannot quell, it feels like I have to constantly move, never mind where, as long as I keep on moving.