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About Lostcompass

An open book with some chapters written in invisible ink. She lives in multiple little bubbles, each one a different color. She loves cultural anthropology and nothing fascinates her more than the intricate mind games that cultures plays with us all.
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5 Tips For Traveling with New Friends
1 year ago

5 Tips For Traveling with New Friends

During this December vacation, I set out to conquer Australia with two of my girlfriends. I had never traveled with them before and it was somewhat on a …
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Lessons from Tsukuru’s Years of Pilgrimage
2 years ago

Lessons from Tsukuru’s Years of Pilgrimage

In a period of my life where I am dealing with changes in my friendships, this book spoke volumes to me. By beautifully narrating the turbulence that the …
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Trapped.SG: How will you survive?
2 years ago

Trapped.SG: How will you survive?

“So we stood in partial darkness looking around aimlessly, trying to comprehend how six people who would consider themselves to be fairly smart, were still struggling to piece …
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Marking another year battling Keratoconus.
2 years ago

Marking another year battling Keratoconus.

In the sixth year of my battle with Keratoconus, I have made a list of three things that most people experiencing this condition, hate hearing.

3. …
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The space that religion occupies
2 years ago

The space that religion occupies

Snippet from a conversation with a friend “How dare he? How can they say that Hinduism is fake. There are deep meanings behind all the rites and rituals …
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A Slice of the Arts
3 years ago

A Slice of the Arts

“When I completed my streaming examinations at the end of Secondary 2, and received my streaming results, my fate had inevitably been sealed. I would always be seen as the …
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The Hardest Battle
3 years ago

The Hardest Battle

In 2010, I was diagnosed with a degenerative eye condition called Keratoconus. Basically this condition involves the blurring of vision due to the thinning of the cornea. Its non-reversible and …
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Complimenting For The Soul
3 years ago

Complimenting For The Soul

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While pursuing my newest desire of reading spiritual books, I noticed that almost all these book had one similar message that is the importance of looking for the …
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Different… Not Superior.
3 years ago

Different… Not Superior.

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The moment

I walk up to the counter of a McDonalds outlet. I patiently wait my turn and when it is finally my turn to order, I open …
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Goddesses – The cursed “boon”
3 years ago

Goddesses – The cursed “boon”

I am actually writing this post in reference to VAW India’s new ad against domestic violence where there are pictures of abused goddess in a bid to curb the levels …
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