Terence C.

As we grow older, we discover more hidden pulse points of the calendar. It is our spiritual anchor. These are the sweet spots, the idylls, the dreary routines punctuated by the occasional tragedies in life. Ironically, we live for the temporal; for it is one of the closest things to…

I don’t know her name. I only know she enjoys drawing different kinds of flowers on long bus trips. I only know she don’t take milk in her tea. I only know she planned out a different coloured hairband for each day of the trip. Maybe I’ll bump into you…

I’d like to say two things. Firstly, I enjoyed watching Season 5 of Money Heist. I’m glad the show has come to an end. I am for the idea that some things need to be temporal enough for us to truly appreciate the beauty it beholds. Secondly, I wrote this

Nearing to December every year, I tend to write lesser. Instead of an article, here is a quote:

“Judge us on our ability to pivot, move forward, and our continued promise to create a game and company that will last years.”

I look forward to revisiting this sentiment again in Dec 2022.

Terence C.

Terence C.

There is a fine line between fishing and doing nothing. We would like to think that we’re fishing, but the truth is we don’t have the line.