Today’s my birthday. My family asked me what I wanted and for the first time in a long-time–maybe the first time ever–I thought about it. Asking for what I want is, at its surface, a simple thing. But it is an act that can paralyze me for days. Maybe you are like me and never …
Joseph Wong could accomplish anything he set his mind to do.
On a cold snowy morning, November 9, 2020, Joseph Wong, peacefully transitioned from this life. His son, Wymond Wong, was by his side holding his hand in the hospital.
My father-in-law was many things, but first and foremost, he was a family man who cared deeply about his family.
In the bathroom this morning, I started thinking about hoarding and impulse buying of toilet paper.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, toilet paper was plentiful and bountiful. Full stacked aisles of it were available at Costco, Target, even at the neighborhood corner store.
No one worried about where they would get their next roll.
Lately, I’ve been practicing three-breath meditation. It is as simple as it sounds to learn. Close your eyes. Center yourself. Take a slow measured breath and fill your lungs. Actively think about nothing. Release the air gently through your mouth. Repeat two more times. You can do it anywhere as long as you can safely …