Thoughts on what’s going on in my life.
In 2020, nebulous days, weeks, and months speed through us like a haze. Is there an antidote? I think so: Sabbath in the Time of Corona.
A reflection on life, growing up, and becoming. With wisdom from Maria Popova, Michelle Obama, and Marie Kondo.
Challenges in life builds our strength. They are necessary for growth. These are lessons on how to be more resilient.
When a big life event happens, my writing is inevitably influenced by it. These are the 3 ways that pregnancy has changed my writing.
This is a prequel to a series on home-longing, thinking about home and what it means in the 21st century, mobile world.
Like what the botanists do when moving trees, take care of your roots when life uproots you from your natural habitat.
Not knowing is a thrill, because it creates space for discovery, surprise, and wonder. This is why you don’t have to know everything.
The Sabbath, the seventh day of the week, is the pause in the rhythm of creation that moves in cycles and seasons.
As an Eastern living in the West, I see myself as a child of East and West. This is part 2 of my story through the lens of these world cultures.
As an Eastern living in the West, I see myself as a child of East and West. This is my story through the lens of these world cultures.
Sabbath is a reminder for us to live with consciousness of time, a balance by which everything is scaled against eternity.
When I look back to the time periods I’ve felt happiest, I’d say they are times when I am in intense pursuit of some goal—knowledge, skill, project, service, mission, etc. Before somebody lectures me about happiness vs. joy, I want to say that I am not talking about...