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  • Study of Humans #2: Two Quotes to Start Your New Day

    Study of Humans #2: Two Quotes to Start Your New Day

    “It’s like a cow’s opinion. It just doesn’t matter. It’s moo.” – Friends (TV Series 1994-2004) It’s obscure, isn’t it? But for me, this sentence carries more meaning than how much ...

  • Why I’m Still Suffering From PSBD (Post Summer at Brown Disorder)

    Why I’m Still Suffering From PSBD (Post Summer at Brown Disorder)

    After spending a full three weeks at Brown University’s Pre-College Program from July 23rd to July 12th, I’m still suffering from a particularly severe and self-diagnosed case of P ...

  • Study of Humans #1: Can We Predict Love?

    Study of Humans #1: Can We Predict Love?

    Can we predict love? Relax, people. I am not a troubled, full-of-rethorical-question teenager who tried to make war with your memory and mind of romantic sweetness. It, surely, is ...

  • Thinking For Seeing

    Thinking For Seeing

    It’s easy to get lost. You’re running, you can almost live the rhythm you’ve carved out from your jogging. Being on the go, nothing can stop you, and invincibility is only a short ...

5 Quotes To Kickstart Your August

5 Quotes To Kickstart Your August

1. "Life begins at the end of your comfort zone” – Neale Donald Walsch Have you always wanted to get involved with a certain organization, learn how to cook, play an instrument, l ...

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The STORY of FEET

The STORY of FEET

The STORY of FEET I’ve been thinking a lot about what advice to give my brother who will be going to the States in a few weeks.  This story is for him.  This is about the story ou ...

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My Little-Big Problem: “Should I Make A Move?”

My Little-Big Problem: “Should I Make A Move?”

I've heard from many people that having a crush on someone is just a superficial thing, and that feeling of affection will certainly and easily fade without leaving a trace of bur ...

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Lessons and Analogies from the Tokyo Skyline

Lessons and Analogies from the Tokyo Skyline

LESSONS & ANALOGIES FROM THE SKYLINE Skylines are easily my favorite things in the world even if I’m afraid of heights. Skylines just give you this sense of independence and p ...

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The Katamari Effect

The Katamari Effect

Life is made of small decisions; one man does not make an army, but an army is made of men. I definitely learned this golden nugget from Katamari Damacy. For those who aren’t fami ...

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Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

As members of the next generation, it's our responsibility to take action for situations, where we can make a difference. Even the smallest of actions can make the biggest impact ...

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Wheels of the Bus

Wheels of the Bus

I had just got on the bus when I read my brother’s message, asking me to write something for the Global Youth Journal. I had been meaning to, but I just had not found the inspirat ...

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Ten Things I Know To Be True

Ten Things I Know To Be True

I'm a dork. For most of my high school life, I was a nobody and it saved me. See, I have no illusions about my greatness as a writer, or as a person or anything, but all my studen ...

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The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as possible

The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as possible

Check out the first post of Cynthia's Life Aspirations' Series here: http://www.globalyouthjournal.com/the-pursuit-of-happiness/ The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as ...

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The Melancholic Smile

The Melancholic Smile

If you’ve played enough video games or watched enough TV shows or read enough books, then I’m sure you’re familiar with the trope, “Hidden Depths”. If you’re not, Hidden Depths me ...

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