By Liz Koh Life. Seasons. They have much in common. Spring’s fresh bloom; serendipities. Summer’s golden sunshine; adventures. Autumn’s monotonous shades; the mundane. Winter’s cold frost; tribulations. Through the seasons, we all hold onto dreams that anchor us to a purpose, keeping our feet grounded and going. Though our hands may bleed, we grasp tightly […]Read more "A Reason to Live"
By Ranen Chan A while back, I took the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) – for those of you who may not be familiar with it, it’s basically a personality test – and I tested as ENFP, or the Campaigner. As I was reading the overview of this type, I came across something that fit me […]Read more "What Next?"
By Ru Yi Where is school? In a classroom? At home? The answers are yes, but also, no. It is not just limited to those two places. The world really is our classroom because we can learn lessons from nature, the people around us, or the situations we experience. Learning is definitely not limited to […]Read more "Where is School?"
By Eunice Tan Everybody is tossing around the soccer ball, passing around quips and teasing jeers. I stand solitarily by the sidelines. It’s okay. I’m fine. They’re talking about the football competition last week. I have no idea what that’s about. Everything’s okay. I feel fine. There is an invisible wall […]Read more "“Salami Pizza Guy”: Malaysia to America"
There is never a better time of the year than Yuletide to give thanks for the gift of life. No families celebrate this truth in reality, more than homeschoolers do often blessed in larger households with their many, many bundles of joy. Life, however it is gifted, in whatever form it comes, is precious and […]Read more "The Gift of Life"
by Drew Fong What a Wonderful World by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar “The USSR’s Vostok 1 has been successful, and has completed their first human-crewed orbital flight.” The USSR had won the Space Race. Those words from the television monitor caused chaos in the NASA control room. Some people were demoralized and […]Read more "The Race to the Moon"
“It is not necessary to argue over something so insignificant, our journey together is so short.” – Unknown by Lai Jia En Amazing Grace by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on violin and guitar “Why did you buy these crackers? We are on a raw food diet, and you know that well!” Mum yells. […]Read more "Love"