There’s a story about two brothers that a good friend of mine told me years ago. The brothers live on the 80th story. One day, they bought some groceries and came back home. (Somehow they had to walk all the way up. I guess the elevator(s) must have been out.) So they walked from the 1st to the 20th… Continue reading #InspireMeSunday – Tony Robbins, David Wolfe and #realchange
These days, I’ve been very blessed to be surrounded by many amazing people – friends, family and coworkers – who are not only dedicated, motivated, talented, active and positive but also know how to have fun and live a meaningful life. As I’ve been busy making time for those who want to spend time with me in person, today… Continue reading #SelfImprovementSaturday – Making Vancouver a City We LOVE!
“Space has always been the spiritual dimension of architecture. It is not the physical statement of the structure so much as what it contains that moves us.” — Arthur Erickson A few Fridays ago after work, I passed by a mobile exhibition, got curious, went in to check it out and am glad that I did.… Continue reading #InspireMeSunday – Aga Khan Foundation, Community Garden and Global Citizen
April is a National Poetry Month. A kind friend said I could make myself accountable through her in challenging myself to write a poem a week this month. Since this is the last week of April, this will be my last poem – my last challenge in 2016 April poem-writing – a challenge I’ve never done… Continue reading #Poetrychallenge #Success #ThankfulThursday #MonthlyMemory #Smile – Wavin’ Flag with #Pepperdine
Before another busy week, I want to recharge myself, relax and laugh a bit. So the following are my picks: P.S. Gotta love an annoying, petty troll like Jimmy Kimmel. Credit: Jimmy Kimmel Live Credit: Jimmy Kimmel Live As for Drakespeare, please click here to find out more. I am thankful for these awesome entertainers and creative people who… Continue reading #WeeklyWonders – Jimmy Kimmel and Drakespeare
“The secret to finding the deeper level in the other is finding the deeper level in yourself. Without finding it in yourself, you cannot see it in the other.” Eckhart Tolle Yesterday, I was experiencing heavy emotions. I thank my baby brother for taking me to QE Park which is a positive space where I got… Continue reading #InspireMeSunday – Eckhart Tolle, Raoul Wallenberg & EXO
As I was thinking of what I would write for my second poem as a part of poetry self-challenge to celebrate April as a National Poetry Month, something unpleasant that profoundly affected me happened. So instead of being in a celebratory mood, I am relieving the pains, sadness and unsettling emotions through poetry writing. And what took place taught me… Continue reading #poetrychallenge – But Why Today?