I’ve been taking several weeks to reflect on 2020. It’s been a huge year of growth for me. I started to write a lot more, I’ve started to meditate in the aim of building my practice in “focus”. I’ve tried to keep things fresh when things are stagnant. I was laid off which forced meContinue reading “2021 Predictions”
I am proud to be an American.
Today is election day 2020. I pledge to keep calm, wait for the results and ultimately accept the election results.
The question is not “should” the Senate confirm a justice to the vacated SCOTUS seat, but can they?
What does it mean to be a third culture kid? Should we live by that label for the rest of our lives? Or should we take that experience, shed our skin, and empower our community?
Discourse has never been more exhausting in my living memory. In fact, the politicization and the “comfort zone” of communication is what’s causing all of the exhaustion. In a more saner world, there could be healthy debates on how different counties or state in the U.S. should balance the pandemic and the economy. My TwitterContinue reading “Good for Partisans, Bad for Country”
I have a lot of disparate interests that intersect with each other. What are your interests?
I believe in a reset. I believe that sometimes you need to take the cold shower and start with a blank slate. I believe that you can reach higher after unlearning and relearning. But can you reset during a pandemic when everything seems to be in place? Yes, you can. Personally, this has been theContinue reading “How does one reset?”
Why I think the October Surprise will be less impactful this coming November 2020.
Yesterday was a historic moment when candidate for President, Joe Biden, finally announced his VP pick for the upcoming 2020 election. It seems to me that we’ve all been eagerly anticipating this for months, following the trial balloons and false head nods. I’ve voted for his pick, Senator Harris of CA, when she was electedContinue reading “Vice President Biden’s VP Pick”