The profoundness of every single experience you have, with awareness, will alchemize who you are- most of the time and almost inevitably, that heals and emerges as love and light.… Read More A reply to my friend’s letter about people
Was this by mere freewill because I want to play tough and prove to the world I can also make it? Was it by fate carefully designed by some invisible force for my highest good, or just a random series of coincidences that in the end hold neither significance nor value?… Read More Freewill? Fate? Coincidence?
Ongoing story. I will update this once in a while until Ramadan ends.
I am neither imposing any truth nor forcing a certain belief on this post. I may not agree with certain beliefs but it doesn’t mean I dismiss any established practices or anybody’s ideologies. This is my own pursuit to spirituality that is beyond myself and I invite you to do the same.… Read More Deepening my Spiritual Practice through Ramadan as Non-Muslim
It reflected the vastness of my consciousness.
It showed me my fears, ill-wishes, and glitches.
It showed me the depth of the things I always cried about.
It showed me the ugly things I didn’t want to look at.… Read More What I Saw in the Mirror
“A student once said, “When I was a Buddhist, it drove my parents and friends crazy, but when I am buddha, nobody is upset at all” — An excerpt from the book “Wherever You Go, There You Are” by Jon Kabat-Zinn What is the common characteristic of people who leave a remarkable mark in this… Read More I have a question for you