Choosing Joy

This comes from the weekly catholic bulletin that I was reading today in church. It touched me deeply and I hope it makes sense to you 😊 "Joy is what makes life worth living, but for many joy seems hard to find. They complain that their lives are sorrowful and depressing. What then brings the [...]

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A Song for Your Troubles

Recently I've been going through some difficult times filled with physical pain and its consequent emotional/psychological depression and pain. I'm guessing it's been reflected in my demeanor and behavior. Coincidentally, my mother has recently been singing this song alot. Both to herself and to us and even started tucking me to bed with it. So [...]

Lending a Helping Hand 

"It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity." Albert Einstein 2 nights ago, while walking back from a dinner, I noticed a man on a wheelchair. It was laden with all sorts of plastic bags of recycled trash hanging from every 'hangable' part of the wheelchair. He was struggling just trying [...]

Robin Sharma: The True Purpose of Life 

Yesterday morning I listened to this amazing podcast episode where Robin shares w us the story of how his father translated this Sanskrit poem to English and stuck it to their refrigerator door:  “Spring has passed, summer has gone, and winter is here, and the song I’m meant to sing remains unsung, for I have spent [...]

What are you living for?

I have been pondering on the above question for oh so long and today I was deeply impressed and inspired by the story of professional adventurer, filmmaker and photographer Kien Lam.  Kien runs the website whereandwander.com which I happened to stumble upon while searching for ideas for the next Hurricane Heat in KL, Malaysia. (He had [...]

QOTD: Finding your purpose

"If you had all the time and all the money in the world, what would you do with it?" - Brian Johnson

Kung-Fu Wednesday!

"Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit." - Aristotle 7am - Morning Trail Run Time: 1hr Distance: [...]