Electronic voice phenomenon (EVP), is a sound found on an electronic recording that was not heard on site. It is interpreted as the voice of a spirit or a sound made by the spirit of an animal.
Such recordings can be unintended or captured in response to a request made during a paranormal investigation. Common questions asked are :
If there is a context in the investigation, like murder, specific questions can be asked, such as :
My friend was born with a disability.
Her spinal cord did not develop completely before she was born, and this led to paralysis below her waist. Did she live her life in misery and blame the cards dealt to her?
She lives on her own and goes about her day in a wheelchair. She cooks, showers, and dresses with ease. Despite facing setbacks and discrimination, she takes it in her stride. Never a moment down.
When I think of my life and my petty thoughts, she puts me to shame.
She is a fantastic person, and there is much to learn from her. …
Hospitals are places I am familiar with ever since I had a severe infection when I was a toddler. These visits give me life. Without the miracle of modern medicine, I would not be writing this now. I am forever grateful for this opportunity to live.
Then things happened.
It changed my relationship with hospitals. The visits make me depressed. I would become withdrawn days before and after the visit.
Mum passed away from cancer.
It was a rare form of it, the type that got doctors excited. They urged Mum to undergo major surgery. …
Our children see us as their source of guidance. How we interpret and navigate the world will shape their perspectives. Thus, it is important to be mindful of our responsibilities and impart the right values.
I heard a conversation between a boy and his father at the zoo. It was appalling, and it serves as a lesson to us.
There are strict rules visitors must abide by at the zoo. This is to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Visitors must wear a mask at all times and practice social distancing. There are ushers placed around the zoo to remind visitors.
Masks help block undesired particles from reaching your nose or mouth. It also prevents your particles from spreading when you squeeze or cough. …
Thanks for dropping by. Today, I would like to talk about our family here on RESONATES.
When I started this publication, I was well aware of the daily journeys each of us embarks on in our lives and the trials of it. As we struggle to get out of the dark or leap at joy when our dreams come true, having someone there with us is an innate yearning we all share.
This is the vision I have for RESONATES. A safe space where everyone can share their intimate thoughts, confess their regrets, cry out for support with their struggles, or inspire others with their successes. …
Locusts are species of grasshoppers that, under the right conditions, possess the ability to swarm. When ample vegetation is available after a period of dry condition, hormones in their brain cause an increase in breeding activity. As the population increases, the solitary insects group together and form a swarm.
As a swarm, these grasshoppers can leave fields devoid of vegetation and destroy large amounts of crops in a short time. This threatens regions already suffering from food insecurity and exacerbates the already dire living conditions.
Swarms can be as big as several hundred square kilometers and as dense as 80 million locusts per square kilometer. As an adult locust can consume about 2 grams of food each day, 80 million locusts in a square kilometer will consume the equivalent of food for 70,000 people, based on the average of 2.3kg …
Here on RESONATES, my vision is for a place where hearts connect. Not the literal kind!
We are so busy with our everyday lives and a connection with a fellow human being can be rather therapeutic. Reading about someone’s hopes, fears or aspirations may serve as a source of inspiration or a timely reminder.
It is with this ideal that I strive to do everything I can to help writers who want to publish their work. I remembered being left waiting for a response when I was trying to submit to other publications previously. This brought back memories of a time when the blue tick for texting was not invented yet. …
We live in a complex society with endless situations to understand and choices to make. The sheer amount of information would muddle even the best of minds if one does not make use of a process to navigate.
According to Wikipedia, Force Field Analysis is a principle developed by Kurt Lewin that provides a framework for looking at the factors that influence a situation. It looks at the forces driving for a change in the situation and the forces obstructing the attempt to change.
While this tool does not decide for you, it lists out the factors affecting the situation which then allows you to make a more informed plan. …
Just like a well-choreographed performance, I woke up to a dark rainy stage on New Year’s Day. It went on until the final act concluded three days later. With the exception of a few intermissions, the rain carried the show well. It was heavy with emotions and consistent like clockwork, like a broadway star.
It was very unusual.
It is not known to rain as such this time of the year. …
Our time on Earth is finite and this is something many of us forget amid the bustle of modern living.
Imagine living to the age of 60. Is it short or long? Enough or more will be better? If you ask 10 people, you probably will get 10 different answers.
Just as important, if not more, how you spend your time defines the experience in hindsight.
If you spend most of your time doing things of little purpose, it may leave you feeling empty and wasted. …