Keeper Of My Heart - Avalon Leanback. One word, two syllables, eight letters, encasing unfolding meaning, literally and figuratively—lean-back as position as well as ongoing burden-easing processes, as paradoxical as it sounds. Leanback summarized the crux of my holy leisure, which is baked into mental sanity and emotional hygiene, inseparable from clear-eyed, uncluttered headspace—of being … Continue reading Leanback

rainbow over rippling sea in nature


The paradigm I used to get by leaving me to paddle my own canoe. What if the choice that once occupied ceased to settle? What if the choice is a signpost leads me to the firmament? What if the choice is a true blessing for a fresh pasture? What if the choice as an internal answer gives rise to a new destiny? ✨


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDaZu_KEMCY Natalie Portman Harvard Commencement Speech | 2015 Best lesson learned today—what it meant by feeling utter comfortable in our own skin. Natalie is leading by example and bringing purpose to her greatest strength. What useful I've found is her graceful courage to tap into her own obliviousness and be free from it. Come as … Continue reading Vulnerability

A Journey To Soul [scrabbling-part 2]

Photo by Rose @NOFA Summer ConferenceUMass Amherst, MA, USA With so much unpredictability in life, the only thing we could control is our own mentalities and attitudes towards the unknown, uncertainties, and emotional turmoils. Perspective matters. Understanding is the key.Trust and love can heal everything, in all circumstances. Time is not the only remedy for … Continue reading A Journey To Soul [scrabbling-part 2]

Respond to Sebastian Junger‘s “when we feel we are needed, we are safe”

I think sometimes that it is easy to recognize we we are in need of help. However, it is not so easy to take bold steps towards reaching out or just making a little efforts to change our own attitudes, minds and beliefs. Instead of blaming and condemning our counterparts or external influences, looking inward … Continue reading Respond to Sebastian Junger‘s “when we feel we are needed, we are safe”