Whenever we have difficult decisions to make, many of us often turn to our loved ones for words of advice. In addition to weighing out the pros and cons, they would usually resort in telling us to “trust our gut” or “listen to our intuition“. Read More
Like millions of others around the globe, I found the news of the untimely passing of Robin Williams back in 2014 to be a complete shock. Just hours upon hearing the news, I noticed that the media, both print and online, was buzzing with their speculations of the reasons to his suicide. Not long after, countless posts, forums, and discussions across the internet emerged dissecting every detail of his life especially on his long battle with depression.
Despite his tragic passing, I prefer to focus on celebrating his life and remembering a lifetime of precious moments where he, through his work, not only entertained and made us laugh, but also inspired us. Continue reading Remembering Robin Williams
“Those who are certain of the outcome can wait and wait, without anxiety”
– An excerpt from A Course in Miracles
Ever experienced a day where you just simply can not see anything good about your life? I’m willing to bet that we’ve all been there. When it rains, it pours they say and before we know it, we let the negative chatter in our heads convince us that a bad day/ week/ month/year equals to a bad life.
“The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.” – Steve Jobs
Let’s be honest, deep inside, we know all too well that we have at least one unpleasant habit that is hindering ourselves from becoming our best self. This can be anything from smoking, eating too much junk food to procrastinating. Yet, even after owning up to these habits, we can’t seem to get ourselves to kick them to the curb. Read More