People Are Like Candles

People are like candles. Somehow I thought that the true worth of a candle is measured by how long it can hold the flame. It turns out I’m wrong. The real value of a candle is how much room it can light up. You see, I grew up in a small provincial town. Our place Read More


How To Tell If Your Friend Is Depressed?

An article in the World Health Organization states that there are known effective treatments for depression, however, fewer than half of those affected in the world receive such treatments. In some countries only a tenth get access to them. Here in the Philippines, even fewer get the help needed because of lack of education and Read More


Death’s Contribution To Life

We asked ourselves if death ever had some good effect to our lives. On this post we each had our death’s contribution to life statement. Harv The concept of death has relentlessly and constantly pushed me find my purpose. I get caught up with these thoughts at random times and I think about how I Read More


My Time In The Farm Brought Me Back To Life

When I was younger I did not particularly love working in the farm. It is hard work and I always go home with splinters and wounds. Who would ever thought that my time in the farm brought me back to life.  Death I thought I died. Not the physical one, but the part of me Read More


About Us

Thank you for stopping by! We are Harv, Julian, and Dazai. We write about Motivation, Self-help, & Overcoming Depression. The Problem We are living in the most peaceful time in human history. We have the privilege of abundance and freedom, and yet there seems to be an undeniable disconnection. Whether it be a disconnection from Read More


The Earliest Memories of Death

It is quite interesting when we explore and talk about the earliest memories we have about death. Most don’t think about the first time they knew death. On this article we delved into our very first memories of death.  Julian My earliest memories of death was when I was about 5-6 years old. My mother Read More