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Writing Meditation Part III

Part 1 & 2, here & here. Came across an “how to” article on writing meditation that I found interesting and would like to share it here.  Source: How to Use Writing as a Meditation Practice | HuffPost. The author … Continue reading

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Life’s Conflicts

Conflict in life is not only common but also unavoidable. Hollywood is known to make dramas out of human conflicts (e.g. hero and villains). In real life, each individual is different.  Chance of us getting cross-threaded happens more than Hollywood can … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 4 Feb 2018

As a nod to meditation, the exercise of detaching oneself is useful in observing one’s mind in action.  It is a lofty goal that I am still a trying student.  Nevertheless I do notice my various emotional states from time … Continue reading

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Catching Myself

Meditative observations from my common life: Panicking – tingling in my skull, heart jumping out of my throat.  Suddenly fight or flight appears my only choice.  Such a terrible feeling that I can only hope it’s a nightmare, so I … Continue reading

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In This Moment

Mental clarity is like borrowing money from a bank: when you need it the most, the chance of it happening the least.  Not only that, the more you try, the farther it slips away.  Sounds familiar? What if, instead of spinning … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 Jan 2018

With a mixed feelings of hope and disappointment, my blog kicked off another year this week.  Hope in that I have opportunity to continue my learning and the fun in the process, and disappointment in that the U.S. is below average … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 31 Dec 2017

Last day of 2017. My curiosity was perked this week by the unique nature of this period between Christmas & New Year and led me to search a proper name for it. I finally settled on the choice of Merryneum. During the … Continue reading

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What Am I Good At?

“What am I good at?” is a question that took me a long time to articulate.  Why?  It is taking me a long time in part because my personality and the other because of my upbringing. As an introvert, I … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 24 Dec 2017

It’s the week before Christmas, and “humble” best describes how I felt this time of the year.  Surely growing older does not guarantee proportional gain in wisdom.  In fact, as Albert Einstein said, the more I learn, the more I … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 Dec 2017

Technology is great if you master it.  Otherwise, its impact could be cumbersome.  Email, social media, and the sorts are cases in point. Similarly, politics operates at a different level in that its mastery is never-ending (because people are more … Continue reading

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