Archive | March, 2013
Ruins of St. Paul - Macau

Disorientation of Change

I’m writing this week’s article from my childhood hometown of Macau, which was a Portuguese colony until it was reverted back to Chinese rule in 1999. Over the years, economic development has expanded this “Monte Carlo of the Orient” with reclaimed land, more massive casinos—including the likes of the Venetian—and a complex web of new […]

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Love Is A Choice

This week, my baby brother ties the knot with his partner of 12 years and counting. I’m truly happy for both him and his bride, whom I’ve already considered my sister for many years. To me, whether they’re officially married is only a matter of formality. The two of them have been through some truly […]

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Life Is For You

Have you ever asked “Why did that happen to me?” Until five years ago, I’d ask that question when bad things happened to me. It came from the mindset of a passive victim, and hence things happened to me. Can you relate? Let’s consider a different question, “In what ways did that happen for me?” […]

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Great life

Live Your Best Life NOW

Over the last two days, I was interviewed on two radio shows to talk about living our best life NOW—not tomorrow, not later when conditions we deem necessary are fulfilled. This topic, which has become a big focus of my work this year, came to me while on a personal retreat last December, when I sought Divine […]

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