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Living now. Sage advise. Better than living in the past, or living in the future. Life is NOW. But what about the “living” part? Is “work to live or live to work” part of the living? Not a trivial question … Continue reading
Talk to me about possibilities, and I am all ears. Show me a vision delights me, but show me a character inspires me. Anything is possible. Choose failure only if you quit. These are what I like. How about … Continue reading
According to Professor Howard Gardner, intelligence is : the ability to create an effective product or offer a service that is valued in a culture, a set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in … Continue reading
Judgement is a two-edge sword. We use it in our daily dealings. It helps us assess situation and make decision. But, in doing so, we see the “negatives” in others. Nose too big, color too bright, too slow, not fast … Continue reading
Say you have figured out what is important, your big rock or whatever the metaphor may be. Keeping focus on it is however not always easy. Because what’s important often takes a tumble to the trivial of daily life. Why? … Continue reading
Art and science are like the two bookends of the humanity scale. One can study to get a degree in bachelor of arts or bachelor of science. Which one is more important? Science is straightforward. Clear in its goals and … Continue reading
F R E E D O M, insofar as: doing what heart desires, finding what feels good, and enjoying what life offers. What does retirement mean to you?
Easy to mistaken that we are the center of the universe as I welcomed the month of May this week. The warming weather and seasonal transition here in Washington D.C. is opposite of those in the Southern Hemisphere. A phenomena that … Continue reading