- Philosophy of You: Death
This is Death--the last part--of Philosophy of You. A writing I've wrote when I was in my senior high school for my Philosophy subject.6m | Jan 23, 2022
- Philosophy of You: Liveth
This is Liveth--the second part--of Philosophy of You. A writing I've wrote when I was in my senior high school for my Philosophy subject.11m | Sep 6, 2021
- Philosophy of You: Birth
This is Birth--the first part--of Philosophy of You. A writing I've wrote when I was in my senior high school from my Philosophy subject.5m | Sep 5, 2021
- Rizal: A Reformist and A Revolutionary
In this episode, we are going to talk about Rizal as a Reformist and a Revolutionary. This episode of the podcast is from an activity in school. The subject is called Life and Works of Rizal. You might hear “Episode 2”, because there were only 2 episodes of this podcast from our school activity. Though I would only post the 2nd episode, we will still do a quick rundown of the 1st episode before we do talk about the main episode.17m | Jul 28, 2021
- Remembering the Past vs Only the Lessons of the Past
We will be talking about the pros and cons of remembering the past--those of visual and auditory cues. And what if we only remember the lessons of the past, would that be better?4m | Jul 28, 2021
- Understanding the Uncontrollable
As someone who aims to become a stoic, I share to you one of the things a stoic should know. And that is understanding the things that are uncontrollable, and relying on the things that are within our control.3m | Jun 20, 2021
- The Beauty of a Blank Canvas
In this episode we dive into some of the works of Albert Camus and his philosophy on absurdism. We relate living life to creating an artwork. In some ways, this episode contradicts the first episode of the podcast "Intro - What is my meaning in life?" Which is a way of understanding and being aware of the multiple sides of philosophies in life.4m | Jun 20, 2021
- The Misconception of Being Alone
Alone is quite often confused with the word lonely.
Aloneness is something I believe all people should do once in their life, for this provides a new way to perceive yourself.4m | Jun 11, 2021
- The Relativity of Happiness
Happiness, like coffee, have different flavors. In this episode, we will talk about how the feeling of happiness differs from person to person.3m | Jun 10, 2021
- Unreliable Memory
In this episode, we are going to tackle or reflect on a topic from the book The River of Consciousness by Oliver Sacks. In this chapter, The Fallibility of Memory, he discussed about how our memory can sometimes be unreliable.3m | Jun 7, 2021
- Reality of Dreams
In this episode, I talk about dreams. How our dreams can alter our perception of reality. Understanding how our dreams run can give us a hint of we are during that state--dreaming.2m | Jun 4, 2021
- A Child's POV, have we lost it?
Today's topic is a reflection of us and our inner child. The interesting trains of thought of a child tha we've all experiencedI've wacthed a video on TikTok that made me create this topic.3m | May 7, 2021
- Why are we imperfect?
A quote from the book, "…we’ve grown accustomed to the permanence of the stone buildings…which sometimes gives us the sense that nothing changes…." I got this today's topic from a chapter in the book Ikigai. It provided an answer to a question that most of us wants to answer or just curious to know the probable answer.3m | Apr 30, 2021
- Chill, but stressed
"Noticing our responses, even if they are conditioned by habit, in order to be fully conscious of them." - Ikigai (p. 26) In this episode we are going to talk about how to manage stress, which is a must for everyone, specially in our current situation.5m | Apr 11, 2021
- Intro - What is my meaning in life?
Hi, this is first of many topics that will be talked about in the podcast. This tackles one of most asked question of humans, "What is my meaning?" Though this doesn't answer your question, but rather gives ideas on how to find and answer it. The source of this podcast is from Viktor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning.4m | Apr 6, 2021