Today I talked in front of the camera. Again. It was the third time. Well, the third time is the charm, no? The first time was complete silliness. The second was too scripted. The third felt somewhat natural but I have doubts about that. Why was I going through all that trouble? My rationale was… Continue reading My Muddled Mind
I have been in this group meeting for two and a half hours. My shoes are off and I am sitting cross-legged on this swivel chair. I do not care if my feet stink through my socks nor do I care if my continuous swivelling from side to side irritates my colleagues. When I am… Continue reading A Sunny Sunday
The trick to living a fulfilling life each day is pretty simple: live in the now. We often worry about things that have either happened or about to happen. Now this is not to be mistaken with planning for the future, as that does help in setting some sort of direction. But it is not worth obsessing over it more than necessary.
The rose is red, the violet's blue, The honey's sweet, and so are you. The 6th virtue to an enlightened life is to selflessly love others. I used to believe that my love for others, my indispensable loyalty to a select few people, stemmed from an inherent selfless character. I always buy souvenirs for them… Continue reading Giving Roses [6/7]