Whoever is released from prison is your neighbour, whether you like it or not, and if inmates are treated like animals in prison, then animals will be released onto your street.
Ever since I started this blog, I’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback, but this is often accompanied with questions about my writing: “Where do you get your ideas?”, “How do you decide what to write about?”, “How do you write so well?”
So in this installment I’ll attempt to put together the key things I’ve learnt about writing ; some by practice, some from great authors and others by pure luck.
Hatred breeds hatred. Violence breeds violence, and people who’ve been hurt go on to hurt others. And as long as the prison system is based on violence and hard-line punishment it will continue to create more violence and crime.
Hello there, today’s installment of S.N.I.L.T features a pretty controversial topic: Drugs, or more specifically, narcotics. In a lot of places all around the world, drugs are illegal and could lead to incarceration for pretty long periods. But I saw something from The Gravel Institute, explaining why legalizing all drugs could actually be in theContinue reading “Drugs: Something New I Learnt Today”
The Harry Potter series is one of my most favourite things ever. I’ve read all the books and watched all the movies (multiple times, I might add), and it never gets old. I remember watching the very first Harry Potter movie when I was little, and I was just so fascinated by the wealth of imagination and creativity, wit and humour, all coming together to make up a show that millions of people all over the world would love.
Recently, with all the climate activism and concern for the environment, we’ve heard a lot of people push for Recycling of plastic. But here’s the problem: A huge amount of the plastic surrounding us is not recycled, because it’s not really recyclable
Sometimes gross oversimplification of some important stories can lead us to draw the wrong conclusions about certain things. We’ve all heard the story of David and Goliath before, today I want us to take a deeper dive.
Sometimes it’s very easy to get so caught up in the things happening around us, that we don’t stop to think about just how little influence we have in the grand scheme of things. Sometimes all we do is think about how wonderful things will be once we achieve this or accomplish that, and oftentimes deep down we know that it won’t be that easy, but we cling to the ideas with our characteristic stubborn optimism
Around this time, it’s very common to see people set goals and make plans to make sure the year is as fulfilling as it can be. Almost everybody makes some form of commitment to improve an aspect of their lives over the course of the new year, and that sounds wonderful. But how many of us actually follow through on the new year resolutions we set for ourselves?
2020 has been one heck of a year! From wildfires in Australia to explosions in Beirut to a global pandemic, what else could make a year more unforgettable?