Love in the first degree

I realise that the worst unrequited love anyone can experience is with oneself. This would be the ultimate Love in the first degree.


Sunrise on the mirror

In front of his bed hung a circular mirror, at the precise angle to capture the sunrise every morning through the eastern window!

Windows into a colourful soul

The windows altered the space. You may not see them, but they changed the natural light as it entered, and added colour and flavour to it. Exactly like the people and situations in our lives, isn’t it?

Revisiting Deeds

As I picked cards one after another, the past stories flowed into my consciousness one after another. My glaring selfishness starred me in my face, one realisation after another. 

My life on a leaf

Eons ago, a monk in a temple wrote predictions of fellow mortals on bundles of palm leaves.

The Body

So the Gate appears to show me the Crossroads I did not see.

Radiating Love

I am glad to see how I could scale up from humanitarian / development work to youth leadership workshops of today.


I used to think I am indifferent to being alive or not, as my aim is to do my best for my highest good every day (and every moment possible). But yesterday, I was immersed in joy of being alive!

Computing class!

All her life, she has never used one, not even the iPad to get to Youtube for Oliver.

Hopeful New Year

So. 2017 has arrived. Or, secretly crept in. I took a breather, and it sprung right up from behind me, and well, so it’s here to stay. 2016 flew past, a really fast year, I don’t even remember counting to twelve.  I remain hopeful that the year will be a better one. Heart wanted to…

Fishing for inner peace

I finally had my aura soma reading today! My Higher Self has her way of luring me into doing things. It is so roundabout today that I am really impressed by her ways. So, she nudged me very early on the in the morning not to go for yoga, but spend sometime doing work for…

Travel Bug Itch

Someone sent his greetings from the far away land of *ahem* Malaysia. I wanted to ask if 外国的月亮比较圆 (translated to be “is the moon really rounder overseas?”), very similar to the pasture on the other side being always greener.