Page Six: A well spent Sunday

Despite the gloomy weather and the heavy rain, we drove up North and visited my uncle’s farm in Maungaturoto, New Zealand. Located on the Twin Coast Discovery Highway in the heart of the Kaipara District in Northland, this small rural community is as picturesque as a picture can be!   Abundant in bush-clad hills, Maungaturoto is…

What I Learned From Reading Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Hate Mail

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Wikimedia Commons Martin Luther King, Jr. is often positioned as this happy-go-lucky civil rights leader who sang Kumbaya to the White, American public, and this was the reason why Black Americans obtained their civil rights in law. But this history is distorted and dishonest. All too often people forget that the…

The Kind Of Music That Makes You Fall In Love

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
« What is love like? » Twenty20 / gabriellalucia « You know how when you’re listening to music playing from another room? And you’re singing along because it’s a tune that you really love? When a door closes or a train passes so you can’t hear the music anymore, but you sing along…

Page Five: Drive by Incubus

Music plays an integral role in all aspects of our lives and we all have that moment when we take an interest in a particular song –be it an old or a new one. All because we think that song defines the moment we are currently in. My song of the moment is none other…