A new coffee bean just opened and I just love the interiors and the lighting! And it’s just right across from where I live. Finally, a new study place! Idk why but I’m not a huge fan of their coffee though.
I will be trying my best to be active again. I’m now in my 3rd year of law school. I started my studyblr during my first year and it has helped me de-stress from my law school life.
Super duper thankful of the upperclassmen and seniors who willingly share their notes with us! You are the real MVPs! Wouldn’t survive law school without you guys!
Mayari, the Tagalog goddess of the moon. She is also the goddess of revolutions, and right to equal rule. When her father the supreme god Bathala passed away, she issued a proposal with her brother Apolaki, the sun god, to rule the land equally. However, Apolaki wanted to rule by himself. This led to a fierce divine war between the two sides, leading to Apolaki taking out one of Mayari’s eyes. Shocked by what he had done, Apolaki apologized to Mayari and relented to Mayari’s proposal. Since then, Apolaki ruled the earth every morning, while Mayari ruled the world every night, however, the light during night is dimmer because of Mayari’s lost eye.