Ikigai is what gets you up every morning and keeps you going. Gai is the key to finding your purpose, or value in life. The best way to really encapsulate the overarching ideology of ikigai is by looking at the ikigai Venn diagram which displays the overlapping four main qualities: Having a hobby, raising a family, or being able to work and make steps towards … Read More Finding your purpose
Your best may be different at different times, and at different tasks and in different situations, but it begins with being in the presence, being in the moment you will always know when you are doing it. “Presence” is not about attracting attention to oneself, as some may treat to think, but about being present and PAYING attention. Remember that every day you live … Read More Do your best, live in the moment.
The saddest thing is, when you are feeling real down and realize that there is no shoulder for you. People don’t always need an advice. Sometimes all they really need is a hand to hold and a heart to understand them. Be a true friend and see the pain in their eyes. Just support!
“All children, except one, grow up.” It’s the opening line to Peter and Wendy, the classic Peter Pan novel in which much of the lore and history surrounding Peter Pan comes from. Except the storyline feels far too commonplace in my own life. I feel like a 12-year-old trapped in an adult’s body. Somehow I’ve faked my way through life and while my body’s grown, … Read More Forever Peter Pan