Impermanence is the Cure for Perfection

Impermanence is the Cure for Perfection

I don’t have a proper work desk. One luxury that people seem to indulge themselves with because of the recent work-from-home nature of most jobs is building their home setup. I toyed with the idea, but I’m always finding reasons not to do it: I don’t have the space,...

The Powers We Gain from Reading Fiction

The Powers We Gain from Reading Fiction

I’ve always wondered how reading affects one’s character. Naturally, for non-fiction books, there’s a noticeable shift in how we look at things. But for fiction, for tales and epics beyond our imagination, do those things affect how we act? With a hundred and more...

Word of the Year for 2022: Invest

Word of the Year for 2022: Invest

For 2022, my word of the year is INVEST. I believe in having the mindset of abundance: countless ideas, unlimited possibilities, the best not just for ourselves, but for everyone. But in terms of our lives and our time, I’d like to embrace its finite nature. My...

The Questions We Ask Change The World We See

The Questions We Ask Change The World We See

The title of this article is from a book I’m reading, A General Theory of Love. Coincidentally, I was led to this book because of a question: why do we love and how exactly does love work? But beyond the realms of heartstrings and fairy tale endings, this statement...

I Have 21,600 Days Left to Live

I Have 21,600 Days Left to Live

And it's dwindling down as I type this. I assumed I would live by 90 years old. I'm almost 31 now and I did the math. 21,600 days is what I have left. A morbid idea? Perhaps. But let me share with you one unchangeable fact: we're all going to die. It's crazy how our...

10th book for 2020: Start With Why by Simon Sinek

10th book for 2020: Start With Why by Simon Sinek

I've been watching talks by Simon Sinek in YouTube. I've been seeing his books every time I visit a bookstore. Finally able to get a hold of one of his books.The tone of the book is similar to how he speaks. It's familiar and conversational. I think the book lives...

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