Rebecca Rachel Joseph
The Process of Missing Things and People
Missing someone or longing for something is an inner recognition of the loss or absence of someone or something very near and dear and genuinely significant to the individual. It is an emotional and affective value that can remain a memory that catches attention and thought.
The Human Psyche and Love through Carl Jung's lenses
In his book, Jung mentions that it is easier to love someone else than to love oneself. We tend to accept the good and bad sides of others more readily than our own. Jung philosophically said that through life's journey, we meet ourselves multiple times in a thousand disguises.
I wish I wasn't born: The return of antinatalism beliefs.
Life is too cruel for a kid born to a drug addict ragpicker father and a mother who works at some scrapyard where she is sexually abused in front of her child. The child gets severe mental trauma in his early days of life that makes a lifelong impact on him.
Chaotically calm: The Duck syndrome
The Duck Syndrome is also responsible for the increasing FOMO (Fear of missing out) in society. FOMO is contagious and a powerful weapon for advertisement irrespective of whether it is ethical or not. A lot of people, who aren't much informed fell into the trap of advertisements based on FOMO.