A Short Letter to All Worried People

In a generation where everyone is trying to become the best and live life to the fullest, it’s hard not to feel anxious. Worrying has become part of human experience. We get worried about things we don’t want to happen. We worry about losing everything we have. We worry about losing our job and not having enough … Continue Reading →

 

The One Trick I Did That Made My Life Better

I always get frustrated. I wanted to keep my room clean and organized all the time and I ended up getting frustrated every other day. I wanted to stay on track with my creative works — music and writing — and on one occasion my wife suffered anxiety, I lost momentum I wished to vanish. … Continue Reading →

 

Stop Spending All Your Time For Money. Create Something For People

I didn’t understand what he’s saying. But I said OK. Maybe earning more money will make him happy. After all, he’s a good friend. But I was too dumb to follow. I didn’t want to spend all my time earning more money. I wanted to create something for people. So I started Humans Unite. Now I’m … Continue Reading →

 

It’s Not Enough to Risk. Ask Yourself, “Is it Worth the Risk?”

I am one of those people who encourage others to take risks. I often say: Life is short and we should do what we love, we should chase our dreams. And we should take risks. Otherwise, we die full of regrets. They just rolled their eyes. I know it’s hard. When my wife consulted that … Continue Reading →

 

8 Truths I Learned at 28

Last August 20, I turned 28. As I’ve done in the past, I’d like to share some of the truths I realized over the last year. If you haven’t read my last year’s post, you can read it here. Before I begin, I would like to say that I’m grateful I’ve reached life this far. … Continue Reading →

 

Remembering Your Painful Experiences, Why It’s Important?

I cried. She cried. The odds are stacked against us. We were both unprepared. We almost gave up. That was around 2014 to 2015. On August 2016, we got married. Am I happy that we tied the knot? Yes, of course. But the painful experiences we had, it was unforgettable. It forced me to look … Continue Reading →

 

A “Not So Good” Decision

Some days I spend more time alone thinking about life. I love life. I love that we’re mortals and we don’t know the future. I love that we all want to save someone’s life, especially our loved ones. As much as I love life, there are things I kind of hate, too. Like people hurting … Continue Reading →

 

Life is Unpredictable, Yet We Chase Security and Stability

To secure the future of his daughter and help his family, he decided to work overseas. It’s a sacrifice. He’s my old friend. I miss him. … A relative confessed that she envy the mid-twenties with stable jobs. She’s in her late twenties and a single mom. All she wanted is to have a stable … Continue Reading →