- Blind Bigotry (it’s not people with visual impairments who can’t see, it’s the sighted who are blind)
- Empathy for “stubborn” seniors
- Easter (and Good Friday) in the midst of Covid-19
- Girls (and Boys, well all People): Be Fearless and Live Dangerously!
- There is no such thing as “feminine” or “masculine” values or traits. They are all just great human values or traits.
Monthly Archives: April 2017
Earlier this week, someone I was having coffee with asked me point blank as soon as we sat down with our cuppas: “Are you happy? Truly happy with your life as it is at the moment?” (You must be wondering where am … Continue reading
A friend forwarded me an NYT article recently titled “Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person”. It was a well written article and the line that seized my imagination was: “In a wiser, more self-aware society than our own, a standard question … Continue reading
This morning, I went for a run with a difference. Normally when I run, I put on my serious work-out face – sunglasses, no smile, just a determined focus on getting the distance/time done, cut off from the world with my ears … Continue reading
2:00 a.m. Sleepless. In Singapore 3:00 a.m. Supper. Amongst restless strangers. 3:30 a.m. Walking. Silent footsteps beneath a full moon. 4:00 a.m. Sitting. Calmed by peaceful still waters. 4:30 am. Listening. Morning birds stir in the quiet. 5:00 am Smelling. Sensing. The air changes, pulses. A … Continue reading
It’s been 34 days since I started counting down to my EDD (estimated day i die). My blogs on the subject contemplating mortality have drawn two very different sets of responses. The first group resonated with the perspective and talked about seizing the … Continue reading
“If you love, you will suffer. The only way to protect yourself against suffering is to protect yourself against love – and that is the greatest suffering of all, loneliness.” ~ Peter Kreeft. I came across this quote … Continue reading