Introspection

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. -Francis of Assisi

A Confident Faith

Last year, I watched a Korean Drama called East of Eden. It was the story of two brothers who grow up poor and in a town where the wealthy family ruled everything. This wealthy family’s only son and the poor brothers grow up confused about moral and spiritual issues due to the circumstances surrounding their upbringing. One of the characters …

Engage.

Lieutenant Geordi La Forge: Destination, sir? Captain Jean-Luc Picard: I don’t care. Let’s just get some distance between us and this system. Lieutenant Geordi La Forge: Aye, sir. Course 9-7-0 Mark 3-1-8, speed… warp 3. Commander William T. Riker: Where will that take us, Mr. La Forge? Lieutenant Geordi La Forge: The Opperline system. Commander William T. Riker: An interesting …

Two More Miles!

I love nature!  Trees, oceans, the fruit of the land, waterfalls, leaves, animals (mostly the non aggressive ones), etc.  I think a reason for my affinity to nature is the fact that I grew up on an island, and near the beach.  I was that kid that was always climbing trees, and stealing mangos from the neighbor’s tree, on my way …

Hopeless Wanderer

When I was a little girl, I often would stare up into the sky and wonder how I could reach the rest of the world.  You see, I though the clouds represented other islands, countries and even continents.  I’m pretty sure, that is where my love for travel began.  I remember twice climbing on the roof of our house in …

Charley Bit My Finger!

most of the world is familiar with the “Charley bit my finger!” U-tube video sensation.  It’s crazy to think that a short video clip about two young brothers interacting with each other, has become the number one, most watched u-tube video of all time.  Charlie’s brother didn’t know it at the time, but getting hurt by his brother, was probably …

A Year Later…

  Several years ago, I worked as an assistant teacher for elementary school students who did not speak English.  One of my tasks was to read to them, and to have them read to me.  I would take them on trips to the library often, and while they read, I would find a quiet corner to read my favorite book there, …

Beauty in Simplicity

Confucius once said, “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” Sometimes I agree with that statement and other times, I wonder if Confucius got it all wrong, I have many scars and bruises which I have sustained just from living a somewhat normal life.  Although, as I examine my experiences, I realize what I call a normal …