Di mana bumi dipijak, di situ langit dijunjung. Have you heard this before? It means where we plant our feet is where we must hold up the sky. We live and die by the rules of the land we live in. But this country belongs to all of us! We must make our own sky, and we must hold it up — together.
I seldom check out Medium’s daily digest sent to my inbox, but today I am somehow directed to Mule Design co-founder Erica Hall’s excellent post on working within a team and yet not fully understanding what each other do in their roles and capacity, and how to break that barrier by exercising everyday empathy.
On embracing failure — loaded with all the stigma of weakness and incompetence, the darkness unknown and scary — ingrained in us from early on.
In this week itself, I spent two separate occasions with my nephews and nieces. Over the weekend, I decided to surprise my niece by attending her kindergarten sports day. I arrived right when she was in the midst of a relay race of some sort. Upon seeing me, she ran towards me while screaming my […]
It’s Chinese New Year tomorrow! My head had been buzzing from all the social network analysis I had been doing today, so I decided to call it a day. I have come across some wonderful anecdotes here and there for the past two days but had been struggling to piece them up together for a […]
TIL that Vonnegut’s MA thesis was rejected in 1946, and only 70 years later his theory was proven.
Something I have been thinking about since last week:
Every day I take 1-second video of what’s happening in my life. This was what I had been doing over January 2019.
On Telemachus, Athena and building a model of mentorship by reading The Odyssey.