Category: Mind & Spirit

The Impossible Happened

Something impossible happened last year. It’s a very personal story, but I’ve found myself telling people when I hear them determining their lives in logical terms. Cause, in 2016 I learnt that if you define your life based on logic, then life is limited, but if you leave it to the divine, then life becomes limitless and the impossible becomes possible.

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4 Weeks off (Last year)

So, I took 4 weeks off work. Why? Because I didn’t have the guts to quit. I wanted to try something new, see if I could carve out a new path for myself. I thought quitting will really light the fire under me, but couldn’t work my way up to that. So I choose to just take a long leave instead, hoping that in that time a new path would show up. I told my husband

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The Power of Touch

Touch was something I never really appreciated. To be honest I hated being touched and generally avoided personal contact with others. I guess there was some significance to it, if I went through the trouble of avoiding it. Until right after labor with my second son. The child birth was a drug free process, so I had the privilege of feeling EVERYTHING. I had no residual epidural that could help numb pain like the first time around.

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When Creativity Strikes!!!

I channeled my creative energies into different things last year. I found myself having creative inspirations, but holding back and being skeptical in whether to express it or not. Sometimes, I will think of the cost, sometimes the time. All the creative endeavors were successful. But they were stressful to realize, because of the agony in deciding whether to go with a creative spark or not.

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Where have I been?

Hi Lappolis, This is the longest I have gone without writing something on the blog. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to get it together enough to find something to share. I have been on another journey, one more spiritual in nature and I wasn’t sure what to share or how to share it. I just focused on the journey in the meantime. Lappolis was still close to my heart, wondering how I was going to get back. There is so much to share.

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Challenging yourself to feel – Using exercise to confront Grief

Recently, I read an open letter by Sheryl Sandberg after the unexpected death of her husband. Her post marked the end of the period of intense mourning. Her courage to pen a letter to the whole world at this most vulnerable time forced me to summon my own inner strength… so here goes. My mother died a year ago

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