It’s been a while since I write. I have been busy trying to gather pieces of life together, only to realize that Life is not a destination, but a journey. As we enter into so-called Endemic era, our lives have slowly inched back to normalcy (or so I thought). So much had changed and evolved for the past 20 months, and I dare to say we are better than we were.
In the past 20 months, I experience some of the most profounding life lessons:
1. I learned that we can embrace change even when we don’t fully understand it.
2. I learned that TIME is the most precious non-renewable resource.
3. I was affirmed of my Worthiness, during the time when I was languishing in my career.
4. I experienced the art of slowing down, which further catalyze the idea that I do not want to slow down, there are just so many things worth valuing, and so many paths worth pursuing.
5. I learned to share my story, in return, it became someone else’s survival guide.
6. I encounter my inner strength: to be brave, to show up, to take chances; and to always choose courage over comfort.
7. I develop a radical shift in perspective having experienced the impermanence of things, and know that we have to keep on moving and propel forward.
8. I learn that while money is commensurable, life decisions are not.
9. I found my flow, which is depicted in this picture, drawn by my 9-year-old for all the adventures that we have had during the last 20 months. Our happiest time was when we were fully immersed in the peak moment of flow having fun with the people we love most.
To new beginnings, to more adventures, to never-ending flow.