Identity Crisis


A couple of months ago, I was debating in my university team on minimum wage. The opposite side debated that minimum wage should stay as it helps establish identity. I remember the moment clearly when the opposite side argued 'a person's identity is associated with what they do for a living'. I rebutted against their … Continue reading Identity Crisis

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On Professions


For the last two days I am sitting in the hospital, one of my aunts just went through a surgery. Now, hospitals are scary. Downright scary. And they are white and all silent and squeaky clean. I don't trust things when they are clean. Tawdry seems real while tidy seems put up. Like there's something … Continue reading On Professions