Category: Psychology

Wrecked

The sun beamed in to awaken my spirits My eyes wanted to feel the warmth Then I remembered how I had been wrecked My veil of safety pierced My heart punctured through and through Sorrow filling the air pockets Tears dripping from confusion It shouldn’t have happened Bland […]

Signs of the pandemic times

Despite the context, I am quite fortunate to be able to walk to and from work everyday. I’m often above 80 minutes of exercise time on a daily basis. I get to listen to music while also taking in real-time the pulse of the city. I see anxiety. […]

To smell vibrancy

I’m a diehard New Yorker. Even through this pandemic, where we were at the epicenter, I love New York. Maybe even more so now. But even with all that love for this grand city, I have often left it. I’ve lived in over 20 different cities. I’ve lived […]

It’s a long weekend… but

We love our long weekends. We get to decompress. We get to give the mind a mini vacation. We get to catch up on things. Normally, as a result, we wish everyone a great long weekend politely asking about their plans. Normally. Typically. These are not normal times. […]

Cathargic

Today was a long day with very little sleep. Three hours of sleep as a matter of fact. Just three hours. I was in zombified mode all day. Words were in and out of my brain. Meaning remained at the surface level. Digging deeper wasn’t meant to be. […]