Tag: self reflection

October 3, 2016

Find your (silent) haven, hear your voice

It’s pretty common to see swimming pools in most building complexes in Los Angeles. It’s basically the equivalent of having a functional elevator in an apartment building in Manhattan. There’s a pool in the apartment complex that I live in now but it was only until just the other night that I went inside (though I pass it everyday). The truth is, I don’t know how to…

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June 17, 2014


At the intersection of 168th street and Broadway (in New York) there is a subway station with two tracks and two side platforms. This station is particularly deep and dark, its surrounding energy a bit ominous and not as upbeat as the ones I frequent downtown. Stand above, on one of the bridges that connects the two platforms and you will see trains coming and…

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