I’m not that kind of girl anymore, I keep telling myself that, but… there’s always that BUT. Father Lord, remember our pact? Your girl is a good girl and not chasing men anymore, only this once. We agreed, just this once. And what are the odds? A fre#king Pastor! Oops… bad language. Forgive.


I had to edit this intro since the man sitting right next to me in the bus is stealing glances at my screen. Hah! He laughs. Perhaps I should just continue by letting him in on the nucleus of this piece – love on the south side, companionship all the way down, revenge on the right side, some hope left, and unwavering desire holding it all down in the bull’s eye; nothing deep.

Naadu – Episode 10 [Season Finale]

We deny the truth only because our illusions must stay real to us… unaltered, unscathed.

Naadu – Episode 8

Love isn’t always enough, is it? If it can be sparked, then it can die. If it can die, then it can be revived. Whichever way, there’s more to loving than the butterfly effect and electrifying chills… there is work.

Naadu – Episode 7

Whether we choose to believe in fate, or convince ourselves of the denial of its design in our lives, we cannot overlook those peculiar occurrences that come about without our consent.


Our flaws themselves aren’t perfect, yet our perfection is our most eminent flaw. We strive for it every day, this flaw of perfection, and end up being flawed anyway. Now, may I ask, are you flawed? Are you perfect?

Naadu – Episode 1

  We know what we wish for, what we desire, what we must do to survive; we’ll do anything to survive, until we don’t. Perhaps we need not be sure if we can trust our instincts, the knowledge that fails us, and our foolishness that overshadows our usefulness; we must trust our usefulness

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