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How the Father Became the Son...

Call it a role reversal if you want to…

The father will eventually, become the son, because as he aged, he’d become, less and less capable, of caring for himself, and slowly, he’d started, relying on his own son, to care for him, and now, the son became the father, and the father, became the son. 255 more words


Standing from a different Point

It’s time to reimagine.

Spring is a time of reimagining, rebirth, re-…everything, it seems.

And, correspondingly, I’ve decided that my blog, too, needs of a bit of a revamping: a digital bit of that fresh spring air that infects college campuses and reminds us that we are young, alive, somewhat invincible, and itching to discover. 1,191 more words

NOC India - 6 tháng ở Ấn Độ (3)

Sometimes, to think out of the box, you may first need a box to think- that’s what I’ve pleasantly realized after almost two months working here. 700 more words



David liked driving forklifts. He was the best forklift driver Constructech had. He never missed a pallet, and things alway got where they needed to go, in one piece. 1,308 more words

Short Story

‘You never come back, not all the way. Always there is an odd distance between you and the people you love and the people you meet, a barrier thin as the glass of a mirror, you never come all the way out of the mirror; you stand, for the rest of your life, with one foot in this world and no one in another, where everything is upside down and backward and sad.’ 9 more words

Preparing for Chemistry Exams: Get an “A” using one quick trick?

Sorry, it’s not that easy, and guess what, it shouldn’t be. Chemistry isn’t called one of the “hard sciences” for nothing.  :)

At this time of year, I’m busy running exam review sessions for first-year chemistry students as part of our A-Z Learning Services support at Brock University. 337 more words