When Climate Change Meets Gender
The degree of impact differs significantly with marginalized and vulnerable communities. — The 2017 Global Environment Facility (GEF) policy on ‘Gender Equality’ states that “men and women use natural resources differently and, as a result, they are affected differently by changes (affecting) to these resources. Gender inequality and social inclusion increase the negative impacts of environmental degradation on women and girls.”
What are you saying to me?
The howling of the winds Just makes sounds like racing cars The grey colored sky waiting to pour down Painting the sky like a mockery clown The slight ray of light peeping through the clouds Questions itself with doubts Moving closer bit by bit to the land Wait until I hold you in my hands Playing with the winds and the sea Hush! It is just you and me ☺ Well! Tell me Mr. Rainy man Will you be mine? ♡
Shattered in pieces of plenty Heavy-hearted, Is this me…? I couldn't even recognize Fighting to breathe more, walking to empty shore, keeping me busy, was not that easy. Overthinking brain took control Autopilot mode for a while Creating a void inside, nothing let to decide. Resting alone, Finding home, Just for me with the wind and sea. Chasing after my thoughts, have become a lost cause The winds and the waves and their buffoonery tells me not to worry.
An unwritten story
I’ve been busy… I checked my blogs and noticed that I haven’t written anything crazy for a long time. It’s just nothing but priorities. Between the urge to graduate and the complete insanity of a brutal pandemic, taking a three-month break was all I could afford. Now that I feel…
Something that holds me from my innate stupidity and the outside reality The picture was taken from my dormitory room a year before last winter (2019) in Busan. The time was a bit rough and I went through a major mental breakdown. I spent most of my time isolated and in solitude. Controlling your thoughts, to have mental health is a greater deal, it seems. The effort is always excessive. It was a big deal for me coming out of it. To all who is out there, needing a little love and affection, you are not alone. Let’s be there for each other. Let’s grow together.