Hi, I’m Lucid.
Writing has always been my biggest passion. I may not be the best when it comes down to it, but I can’t seem to stop writing either. Words just flow when I’m “in it” and I’ve just been writing for as long as I can remember. It’s the only way for me to express myself.
My writing got noticed at the age of fifteen by my English teacher. He was telling me how everything I wrote never matched the marking scheme. “It’s cool you’re not fitting in the box,” with those words, he encouraged me to write fearlessly without constraint, and it’s something I try to remember whenever I write now. It’s still a bit daunting, but I’ll manage.
I’m based in Malaysia, but most likely I’m in every other country as I travel vicariously through another person’s life on YouTube. Over time, I became more fascinated to know more about my roots and the 90’s aesthetics I grew up with. Whatever it is, it’s always humbling to know that there many cultures and way of life that I am still getting to know. Recently, I’ve been reading Philosophy, arranging music playlists, and listening to Podcasts.
My blog covers my personal experience and my own opinions towards a subject matter. I try to discuss on things that I think people may possibly benefit from or find comfort in reading them. Again, most of my writing are narratives interwoven with a reflection of my life experiences.
Some days, my brain can’t help but be a little more creative than usual. Other days, I am writing a short piece that encrypts messages in raising awareness to mental health, discrimination, psychological abuse and physical abuse. I hope to shift more energy and explain the various experiences that has shaped who we are as an individual today in such tough times.
I’ve battled gaming addiction previously. Now I spend time gaming and exploring endless possibilities to make gaming a more meaningful past-time. I observe and analyze things, colours, dialogues and every other details of what makes the game I play special to me. It’s been a pleasure to write reviews on games that I play now to deliver my keen-eye perspectives.
“Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question.”
― Yuval Noah Harari, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century