A reflection on happiness accompanied with Chardin’s 1761 piece: A Wild Basket of Strawberries Continue reading Morning Thoughts on Happiness
A poem by Emily Dickinson, emorable quotes from Christina Baker Kline book, and personal reflections with Andrew Wyeth’s painting, Christina’s World Continue reading Reflecting on My Life with Christina Baker Kline’s a piece of the world and Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World
Hebrew verb: to remember to bring someone to mind and then act upon that person’s behalf Continue reading Zakar
I want to be “most ready to give way without envy to those who possessed any particular faculty, such as that of eloquence or knowledge…, and he gave them his help, that each might enjoy reputation” I want to work better to be someone ” who looked to what ought to be done, not the reputation which is got by [man’s] acts.” – Marcus Aurelius Continue reading Taking Inspiration From The Life of Marcus Aurelius’ Father
Joshua 1:9 Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. Phillippians 4:13 I can do everything through him who gives me strength. A text: “Hi, This is . I just wanted to pass a note of encouragement to you– tonight I was at a prayer and praise student gathering and a very which was proclaimed was that ‘God works all things together for the good of those who love him, who are called according to his purpose’ … Continue reading Verses and Words of Encouragement I Am Holding Onto
Notes from my morning meeting re: ATEM & tour with The American Institute of Architects team. Continue reading AIA Center for Architecture
“A walk down Arundel Street in London remains, after all, the best introduction to philosophy. Keep your eyes to the left as you descend toward the river from the Strand. You will observe that the Christian World is published at … Continue reading Science and Spirituality
Qualifiers and sorrys I utter them as buffers to lighten the weight of the gravity of what I say And sometimes I hesitate at words I want to say because I’m afraid you might walk away but I tread onwards carefully carefully to say what I mean to say hoping you’ll be the one to stay. Continue reading Sunday
Habit-making Phases for your website/product: Trigger: What are your external or internal triggers that will have users come back to your product? How can you couple an external trigger as closely as possible to an internal trigger to optimize the … Continue reading Hooked: How to Build Habit Forming Products by Nir Eyal, Notes on User Engagement
“On my deathbed, I will instruct a nurse to bring me the following… Continue reading On Cheering to Death
A interesting piece on Modern Love by Emily Demaionewton.
Sourced from The New York Times. Continue reading Not Friends? Then No Benefits
A stirring love letter by composer Ludwig Van Beethoven. Continue reading Ever yours, ever mine, ever ours.
Here is my 2016 book list of books I’ve carried through completion and thoroughly enjoyed, with random, rambling annotations.
I wish the world the biggest growth it’s seen yet this 2017. Continue reading My 2016 Book List: Let my Year in Books Inspire You as Well!
The “great and profound mistake which my typical man makes in regard to his day,” “he persists in looking upon those hours from ten to six as ‘the day,’ to which the ten hours preceding them and the six hours … Continue reading Arnold Bennett’s Mind-Warp Fundamentals For Seizing Your Day
Antonin-Dalmace Sertillanges, a professor of moral philosophy reflects on the life of the mind and the process of mastering cognitively demanding tasks in The Intellectual Life:“Men of genius themselves were great only by bringing all their power to bear on the point on which they had decided to show their full measure.” Continue reading Sertillanges On Deliberate Practice