Who am I? What's my purpose? What should I do with my life? What makes me come alive and dance to the tunes of cosmic manifestation? Will I ever get out of a bathtub and run around the streets naked screaming Eureka? Chances are you ask yourself some variation of the above questions at regular … Continue reading Life is shortly
Nothing today. No philosophical discourse. No life-lesson fuss. No experience to share with ye. Today, we shall thrive in nothingness. In fact, you don’t even have to read further. Shut this right here and do nothing for the next three minutes and you'd have done serious justice to this post. Are you still reading? Why … Continue reading Of & On Nothing
Five years of work has expanded my vocabulary to colossal depths. My all-time favorite is EOD (Pronounced E-O-D) which far outranks deeply profound phrases such as: "Approved", "I need a date", and "Don't print this email. Save the earth" in green font because 70% of the earth is, you know, blue. EOD means End of … Continue reading [Confidential] Will you trust me?
Confession: I am selfish. Consolation: So are you. Selfishness has been passed down from one generation to another with no clear message. Each subsequent generation has been more confused about where selfishness stands and what it means. One thing is clear: You are selfish, and so am I. But that says nothing about either of … Continue reading Me, Myself and my Broccoli
Hi. I am Grateful to you for doing whatever you did to land on this page. I know how difficult it can be. Sometimes, when I find it difficult to get here, I remind myself how this is my medium of communication with Dad and that does it. Grateful, Dad. And Grateful to you too, Mom, … Continue reading Thank You
An overnight success takes 10 years. An overnight change takes a lifetime. That's a long time to wait - specifically when it is someone else that needs to change. We all have a confidential craving to smack people in the head with a folded newspaper when they say/do annoying things, repeatedly. We find ourselves around these people … Continue reading I want Piece
A guy put some children in a room and told them: "Kids, the decision you make in this room today will determine how awesome you will be later in your life." Those may not have been the exact words, though. He simply put a marshmallow (soft candy that tastes like fluffy cotton) in front of them … Continue reading You can have the marshmallow and eat it too