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The Heart of the Young; by Amy Wallace

The Heart of the Young; by Amy Wallace

Billy Rhodes had always been a kind and loving boy. He always looked out for others. On the first day of school for his little sister, Hayley, he didn’t leave her side until she had settled in with new friends. When mum, Janet, noticed his pocket money was starting to go missing without anything to […]

A hero For every Villain; by Ashley Williams

A hero For every Villain; by Ashley Williams

You may have seen a video that went viral lately. It should a woman in Canada demanding that her son be seen by a white doctor. Despite her son being sick she was not happy that there were no white doctors to attend to him. “In this hospital there are no white doctors?” she can […]

Children can be Cruel; By Vivika Widow

Children can be Cruel; By Vivika Widow

I have heard this phrase many times. Most of the time its a condemnation of the behaviour of a few kids but sometimes it seems like an excuse. Yes children can be cruel to each other but does that mean we should accept it? Children are learning a lot of things for the first time. […]

If you change nothing, nothing will change; by Neha Gunnoo

If you change nothing, nothing will change; by Neha Gunnoo

Last week, I got sick. It was a bad flu – Lost my voice and stuffs that happen when you get sick. That’s not the worst part or the point.. The worst part was that it decreased my productivity at work, my brain stopped working as it had to be, I got less smart. That […]

Feeling lost? Get yourself back; by Neha Gunnoo

Feeling lost? Get yourself back; by Neha Gunnoo

Ever got to a point in life where you felt lost?  Like, something was missing…and you felt like you were losing yourself?  Life is so unexpected. It never goes the way we want. The way we planned it. Now, I’m not saying that we shouldn’t plan anything in our lives. Make things happen, but be […]

Hatred is a Cancer; by Vivika Widow

Hatred is a Cancer; by Vivika Widow

We all have our hang ups. We all have our days when we don’t feel much like interacting with other human beings. I get it, I really do. I have those days myself. I might argue more than most. However, this morning I opened up my emails to a note from a group calling themselves THE […]

The day I realised my own growth; by Neha Gunnoo

The day I realised my own growth; by Neha Gunnoo

The mentality of the society is fucked up with shit… Yes, the society that I live in consists of small-minded people with bullshit rules. So here I am, at my uncle’s funeral…there were my closed-families, distant ones, other people what I don’t know. And, I’m sitting here, thinking in grief..when, people start to approach me. […]