Tag: inspiration

When The Smallest Creatures Speak

I had an interesting experience last Friday.  I had developed symptoms of COVID-19 before San Francisco was ordered to shelter in place and self-quarantined almost two weeks earlier.  My doctor called me into the office to be tested, but the tests take about 4… Continue Reading “When The Smallest Creatures Speak”

Einstein on Changing Your Life

I read an article in the New York Times this morning entitled: Want to Be Creative on Purpose? Schedule It Right off the bat I can tell you that it’s a quick and dirty read and probably true.  Written by Carl Richards aka Sketch… Continue Reading “Einstein on Changing Your Life”

The Dalai Lama is Right

I saw this in a store today.

Deficiency and Excess Patterns

I want to come at the idea of healing and recovery from a different direction.  Please bear with me as I lay a foundation. I am in a traditional Chinese medical school program.  Suffice it to say, this is not anything like the Western… Continue Reading “Deficiency and Excess Patterns”

A Sunday Thought

“If I quit now, then I will soon be back to where I started.  And when I started I was desperately hoping to be where I am now.”  Unknown

Just Do It

“Adventure will hurt you, but monotony will kill you.” I don’t know who said this, but this feels quite true.  In fact, I would change it were this my quote to this: “Adventure will no doubt hurt you, but passivity will certainly kill you.”… Continue Reading “Just Do It”

In Remembrance

Nelson Mandela died today.  He was 95 years old.  I don’t know what to say to honor him so I shall let Mandela do what he always did; I shall let him speak for himself and in so doing inspire us to reach higher,… Continue Reading “In Remembrance”