in the season of holy leisure—doing nothing, for the sake of being in the presence of GOD cradled in a place of unimagined blessing from head to heart to the hands—all-encompassing it is time to savor and serve my gift—for good relishing a Spirit-led, Divinely designed, God-given lavishly loved, sacred story of grace, and joy-filled life unescorted by fear-fueled false narratives—to be truly free.


With a recent interaction, the nuances between monologue and self-talk seem to be a matter of amplified self-preservation. However, without unpacking those hardwired self-beliefs, the gravity of habitual thinking will likely orbit in its own programmatic fashion, which overlaid the ultimate source of suffering, pains, and afflictions. The notion of attachments perhaps would precisely be highlighted how the mind is used to operating and being conditioned through the lens of discontentment. It is not all who we are and how we want to be remembered at the end of the day, but the comfort of the mental model is that everything yet nothing at all when it comes to purity of giving, in any way, anywhere, truly be free from our desires…

Mindful Wisdom 02

Photo by Rose @Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, Washington D.C.7/10/2015 10:33 AM Mindfulness & meditation has become the essence of my non-striving & conscious living practice. The world is full of chaos and uncertainty, but we can be in peace knowing that God has us in the palm of His mighty hands. This brings peace and … Continue reading Mindful Wisdom 02

A Journey To Soul [scrabbling-part 1]

The best way to conquer anxiety is to just act on what you are fearful for and forget about the consequences.Q: What would I do differently if I know the expiration date of my life? A: I will never let my fears defeat my determination to reach to the finish line.Don’t take yourself too seriously. … Continue reading A Journey To Soul [scrabbling-part 1]

The Ultimate Competition

The ultimate competition is self-transcending. And the ultimate winning is mutual complementarity. picture taken at Pratt Field, Amherst College, MA I run in track all my life. I started to run for competition since in elementary school. At that time I enjoyed running, especially with a group of my peers. We ran collectively and accountably. … Continue reading The Ultimate Competition

Identity? Ego? Happiness?

   picture taken at Norwottuck Rail Trail, Northampton, MA 2017 Today I felt enlightened after chat with Tahn Pamutto, a Theravadin Buddhist monk who wandered freely throughout the countryside. I saw him in October with a group of Amherst students on our way to Temple Forest Monastery. At that time, he was wandering in Jaffrey in … Continue reading Identity? Ego? Happiness?

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”

~Plan Not to Plan~

picture was taken at Madame Tussauds NYC5/18/2017 6:24 PM November 15th, 2017. Five days exact upon to my birthday. I am not planning anything special this time, besides the fact that I am going to take my (LAST) GRE test (~finger-crossed~), which is going to take 3/5 of the time on my birthday (duh) Thinking … Continue reading ~Plan Not to Plan~

Respond to The Plenty of Paradox

picture taken at Route 116, Amherst, MA8/21/2017 6:52 AM People live in different “standards” through the eyes of the others. I personally don’t think it is necessary to be able to get the right answer or argue if things are going right or wrong. How to cultivate a peaceful heart and manage the feelings in … Continue reading Respond to The Plenty of Paradox


picture taken at Norwottuck Rail Trail, Northampton, MA7/9/2017 10:13 AM Things I’ve learned from my daily biking experiences: 🚴‍♀️ If you can think about a Change you could make from day (moment) to day (moment), be automatic and don’t hold back. There is no such a thing to be named as Rehearsal in life. One … Continue reading Cycling