The Wolf Who Never Loved

“Men learn to love the woman they are attracted to. Women learn to become attracted to the man they fall in love with.” – Woody Allen

There’s a myth regarding wolves,
that they mate for life.
That they show affection to their partner,
until the end of time.
That they treasure and care for each other,
till death brings them apart. Continue reading “The Wolf Who Never Loved”

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Argonaut: The Child Who Yearns To Be A Hero

“The man who must brag for himself knows that no one else will.” – Robin Hobb, Royal Assassin

Embarking on the Farseer Trilogy reminded me of how much I appreciate a good fantasy read. I remember the first official book that I picked off the shelves of Kinokuniya’s fiction section as I marvel at the beautiful artwork of picturesque autumn leaves and warriors, undaunted by the thickness nor the number of words. Continue reading “Argonaut: The Child Who Yearns To Be A Hero”

The Ninety Minute Break Up In December -Part Two-

“I don’t think all writers are sad. I think it’s the other way around – all sad people write.” – Lang Leav, Sad Girls

I could feel Lisa’s eyes on me as I said the words. But she kept silent. I knew I had to drive it in.

“It’s just not working out…”

Still she was silent.


I prompted. It was redundant, but it was something that made the silence more bearable. I looked at her when I said those words and this time, Lisa avoided my eyes.
Continue reading “The Ninety Minute Break Up In December -Part Two-“

21 Quotes From “The Last Lecture” That Will Change Your Life

“The Last Lecture quotes are perfect for when you need a break from the complacencies of life.” 

“The Last Lecture” may just be the peppiest book ever written by a dying man. Originally titled “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams”, Randy Pausch has compiled something that may have deviated from its topic (intentionally), but still extraordinary nonetheless. Continue reading “21 Quotes From “The Last Lecture” That Will Change Your Life”

Milestone Parade: The Liebster Award 2017

“In the end it’s about the work, not an award you get for the work.” – Linda Fiorentino

SlothyDays was recently nominated for the Liebster Award 2017 on 18th December. Which comes as a shock considering I wasn’t expecting anything whenever I write my pieces, much less an award.

Nevertheless, I’m exceptionally grateful and honored to be nominated. It seems people on the internet really do enjoy reading my website, and appreciation of my literary works is the apical form of encouragement to continue writing. Continue reading “Milestone Parade: The Liebster Award 2017”

The Ninety Minute Break Up In December -Part One-

“Because at some point you have to realize that some people can stay in your heart but not in your life and this is my way of keeping you in my heart.” – Sandi Lynn, Forever Black

“Hey babe! I’m just around the block. You craving for anything?”

My voice sounded out of the ordinary over the phone, but I had to find an excuse to meet here outside. I couldn’t do it in front of her mother. I was going to disappoint a woman. Making it two would be too much of a guilty conscience to bear. Continue reading “The Ninety Minute Break Up In December -Part One-“

Slothy Guide To Happiness 101: Life #6

“When you see yourself doing badly and nobody’s bothering to tell you anymore, that’s a bad place to be.

You may not want to hear it, but your critics are often the ones telling you they still love you and care about you, and want to make you better.”


Featured Image Photographer: Flo Maderebner

Do We Really Know Love? Or Just The Definition Of Our Love

“And it dawned on me that I had not designed the questionnaire to find a woman I could accept but to find someone who might accept me.” – Don Tillman

So recently, I finally finished “The Rosie Project” that was sitting on my reading list for quite some time. And to be honest, The Rosie Project was a lot of fun to read. As quoted by San Francisco Chronicle,

“Sometimes you just need a smart love story that will make anyone, man or women, laugh out loud.” Continue reading “Do We Really Know Love? Or Just The Definition Of Our Love”

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