We have all suffered heartbreak, and we all carry around scars. How come it takes so long to heal, and what does it say about our spiritual wellness? Continue reading How to let go or the lost conduit to source
While I understand the technicality of the Internet, I do not understand it practically.And yet, here I am using it every day all day. Continue reading We do not question electricity
The placebo effect largely depends on the level of trust the patient has in the treatment, just like God’s love can be felt by the people who believe in it. Continue reading What if God is a placebo effect?
If people get personal satisfaction out of selfless acts, they can’t be selfless anymore. Somehow, pretending seems dirtier than not being altruistic. Continue reading If selflessness is selfish, is it still worth doing?
Our brain is it’s own echo chamber: we spend all day talking to ourselves about ourselves. Continue reading We are what we think of others
Put me in a room full of strangers, and within minutes I have singled out the person I will crush on for the next few weeks. Continue reading Fast crushes and easy heartbreaks
Newsflash: suffering is inevitable. Even the holiest of monks and bravest of warriors experience heartbreak like the rest of us. Continue reading Why be curious of our suffering?
It’s like my soul has these gorgeous church windows, but I can’t see the colours. By being introspective about my resentments, I’m wiping them one by one. Continue reading Our flaws are superpowers yet not controlled
i felt a throbbing ache in my chest last fall after counting heartthrobs and ribs after eating my weight in chips i sigh at last and the doctor i call she asks if i’ve been outside lately before sunsets and … Continue reading To that day i fast #poem
Elizabeth Gilbert, needless to say, wrote Eat, Pray, Love, and is all in all a beautiful source of inspiration for me. I found this tied in beautifully with the four noble truths of the Buddha. The first states that suffering … Continue reading Any talent not shared turns into pain – Elizabeth Gilbert (or the silver lining to our suffering)