You sit on the edge of the light grey tufted chaise lounge chair in your pearl white bedroom. You look out and see fluffy clouds and blue sky. You know that the cumulus clouds can turn into rain clouds. You notice a bird perched on the potted Japanese maple tree on the balcony. The french…… Continue reading 25, an excerpt (2)
How often do you contemplate the purpose of your existence? Do you know your purpose? Or, do you at least have a feeling that you know why you are here on earth? Have you ever considered the possibility of your purpose being as simple as living a life that you could fondly replay in your…… Continue reading It’s always about purpose
… As you shake your head back to awareness, you find yourself fidgeting with your .22 mini revolver that sits on the bed beside you, on top of your black suede crystal-embellished bag from Jimmy Choo’s Callie range that you carried the night before. You don’t think that the image of steel, suede and glitters…… Continue reading 25, an excerpt
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On the road to enlightenment, when we sometimes think that we have arrived, that we are home and that we know for sure, we realize that we are not quite there yet. We are merely getting closer to where we are meant to be. We concur and acknowledge that…
Must you set a determined goal–must you be deliberate at blogging–to be successful at it. Does knowing your reason or your clear purpose why you blog help you succeed at blogging? What makes a successful blogger? Is it a blogger with thousands of followers? Are there non-celebrity bloggers with thousands or millions of followers? I…… Continue reading 4 years & 1,000
Perhaps, the mundanities of daily life are killing my dreams, erasing the vision in my head. Every day, this world, where I don’t belong, sucks me in. My passion wears away. I am a rock, eroding. My fire is extinguished and my spirit dies a little each time. >>> It’s exhausting! Am I weakening? Am…… Continue reading A pause in time
Do you ever feel guilty about being blessed? How often do you board the train that takes you on a guilt-trip? For Catholics, guilt comes easy. For an Asian Catholic, guilt comes even more easily. I am an Asian Catholic. It is expected that I will sometimes write about guilt as I did a little…… Continue reading What is your bottom line?