You Will Die

Yes, it’s scary but it’s the truth. You will die. That man you hate for breaking your heart, yes, he will die too. That boss who puts a lot of pressure in your job, she will die as well. And what about the person you love. The teacher you admire. The celebrity you follow… and … Continue Reading →


Beware of Fake People

I know a few people who give advice on how to be successful and rich, and yet in real life they’re the ones who really feel failure deep inside. And what about people who share tips on how to be happy (they post it on Facebook), and yet in real life they’re lonely as hell? … Continue Reading →


Rewire Your Brain

The computer technician hobbled on crutches. No way… can he really repair the computer? Forgive me. I was in college that time (20 years old?), and was a judgmental asshole. But as soon as I observed him tinker the broken desktop, I could say he’s legit. Then said he needed to rewire the motherboard, because some … Continue Reading →


Sometimes Your Opinion is Totally Irrelevant to Reality

Most of us think that our opinions really matter. We spend hours (probably days) proving we’re right, others are wrong. Because yes, our opinions are the best. Our opinions are the only way. Our opinions must be followed. Here’s the sad truth though:  Most of our opinions are totally irrelevant to reality. Reality doesn’t care … Continue Reading →


3 Daily Mantras I’m Trying to Live By

It used to be the Buddhists, Hindus, and Taoists only use mantras for their spiritual practices, such as meditation. But things have changed now. Two years ago, I read about people using mantras to better their lives. The idea is to utter a word, or a phrase, or a sentence as a way to remind or … Continue Reading →


What Happens if We Always Think We’re Certain?

Most of us feel absolute certain of what we believe or do. We insist that our beliefs are the one and true belief, while other beliefs are downright wrong. We believe that our ideas are the one and only idea that guarantees a bright future for our children. We believe that our knowledge and experiences and connections … Continue Reading →


It Starts With How We Think

Many people follow what financial experts say: Invest in cryptocurrency, accrue assets, find different sources of income, financial freedom, and on and on. I don’t say that it’s bad. But I’m skeptical. I find it deceiving. It makes us think that if we’re not following them, we’re not being wise, or worse we’re living life … Continue Reading →


Because It’s Not the End of the World

The tea spilled in the plastic bag as I rode back home. I wonder why it’s brown, “Oh it was mocha, not matcha tea!” It was supposedly tea. I told them matcha (not mocha, whatever). The cashier even confirmed it was matcha tea before I made the order. How come they made that mistake? Crap. I … Continue Reading →