If you have the time, I highly recommend watching 'Philosophy - A Guide to Happiness: Socrates on Self-Confidence'. Wisdom from the ancient philosophers!
I recently bought the Apple Watch (not the Sport, definitely not the Edition). Just the classic Apple Watch with the black sport band. I love it. It’s a great device along with my iPhone. The capabilities of it are amazing as well: you can call, text, view mail, and tell the time very precisely “within … Continue reading My Impressions on the Apple Watch
This quote, written by Marshall McLuhan, who was a pioneer on media theory, says it all. How we think, how we interact, and how we learn are based off the 'medium'. This 'medium' is the method or the way the information is being delivered. Rather than the content of the actual message, the message's method of delivery is the message. Simply put, … Continue reading “The Medium is the Message”
My past experiences with education have been very frustrating. I find school to be a place that is institutionalizing the youth. School limits the most important characteristics, such as creativity, imagination, and curiosity. Every night I found myself to be studying or doing homework rather than playing outside and enjoying the diminishing moments of my childhood. My … Continue reading Personal Experiences with School
As a child, I remember going outside, playing with my dog, and trying to catch a butterfly. These moments were when I felt the most free. As soon as I was told to think through reason and common sense, my fantasies dissolved. My dream of battling against monsters in space and saving the world through … Continue reading Importance of Innocence
Spirited Away is one of my favorite films because of its limitless creativity, unfaded imagination, and the progressions of its characters. The main character is Chihiro, who works at a spirit hotel in order to free herself and her parents from Yubaba. When she entered the hotel for spirits and gods, this represents the aspects of … Continue reading My Impressions on ‘Spirited Away’
As a student in a top tier high school, I was placed in many "advanced writing classes". Other than learning the rudimentary skills (such as grammar and spelling), I feel like I've learned nothing in those classes. I feel like the only reason I got decent marks in writing is because I followed the teacher's … Continue reading My Experiences with AP Language + Secret Essay Formulas