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Everything changed when I watched people die or hover at the verge of the proverbial thin line. Human beings are so frail, so breakable, so finite despite of being on top of the food chain. Just one degree of difference in our body temperature, and we lay on our bed weak and miserable. Feverish. Incapable.... Continue Reading →
The first time I met Zee, I had a cup of melting Baskin Robbins ice cream on each of my hand. I figured that if we had any awkward silence at all, it would be over our mouths full, filled with dessert. Mine was strawberry cheesecake, my favourite, and the other, one intended for him,... Continue Reading →