A short essay on age-discrimination.
Popularly (but wrongly) referenced to Nelson Mandela in his 1994 inaugural speech, this quote from Marianne Williamson's book Return to Love inspires.
Something's come over me today. When I was coming from work today, I felt like killing someone: that someone could have been anyone, could have been me, her, him, it, that guy over there, that girl over there, anyone. If Singapore had allowed guns, there might have been a homocide reported today, and if I... Continue Reading →
Written in anger against the world, this is one of my favourite pieces.