• Education

    Understanding Metaphors

    When observing existence, many comparisons become apparent. However, some of these comparisons may appear unlikely depending on the recipients. A metaphor is an example of two things that would not usually exist alongside one another. The easiest way to think of metaphors is to view prior cases. When someone says that ‘life is a highway’ they do not mean that life is a highway. Life is an adventure where you travel until the inevitable end. Along the way, there are many sights to see and things to experience. With this said, life is something intangible and experienced. Since this is the case, it is unlikely that each highway in existence…

  • Musings

    Childish Acts Does Not Help Fight Against Criminality

    Whenever I watch the news, I am sometimes appalled by how politicians act in public. I don’t know if it’s just for a show or they are really not in their right minds. This is the reason why I try to limit watching the news on TV. I prefer reading or watch short clips because I can just quickly abandon when things get too out of this world! One of the news that got into me lately is the childish act of Marikina Mayor Teodoro over the issue of the appointment of the chief of police in his city. I mean… why should a mayor get irked over the issue of…

  • Entertainment

    8 Key Features to Think About When Choosing a Home Entertainment Provider

    There are so many home entertainment providers out there in the market today. Some use fiber-optic internet, others use cable and yet others use satellite dishes to deliver their services. Just to mention a few examples without using any specific criteria, we have the likes of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Cinema Now, VoD, Apple TV and DirectTV. The difficult question now is… how does one pick the right provider that will suit them best out of all the available options? Here are some important things to consider that will assist you to make the right decision. Content Consider who is in your home. What do they like to watch? You need…

  • Musings

    The Bad Cop, The Good Cop, and The Safety of The Community

    When my children were younger, the preschool teachers taught them about the community helpers. These community helpers, just like what the name suggests, are here to help the community – us. These are the teachers, the doctors, the firemen, the postman, the cops, and many more. We introduce these people to our children as someone we can trust and ask for help. But the problem is… what if these community helpers betray our trusts? What then? How are we going to tell the children about this? For me, being a mother of three, I don’t want to be the bringer of gloom and doom to my children. BUT I want…