It was during my daily dose of binge reading articles and other serious academic stuff that I came across an article on dating Ph.Ds and why that may not be a good idea. I am not going to comment on the dating part(story for another day). One thing the author mentioned was how she felt … Continue reading Am I doing a Ph.D. or A Ph.D. is doing me…
If you are reading this and wondering why I would categorize love in the same group as "other scary things", congratulations!! You are probably one of the few courageous people who still believe in love and its meaning. Whichever type of love you might be conjuring up in your brain as you read this, I … Continue reading Of love and all those other scary things…
2016 started off on a bad note for me but I am happy to say I am ending it better than I started it. How does one know whether its been a good year or a bad year? For me and others I have seen blogging about the end of 2016; it's about counting the … Continue reading The year 2016: my reflection.
The above quote by Joyce Meyer (from the book "The Confident Woman") has just breathed life back into my world. If anything could make me more energetic, its the reminder that I am going to be excellent, not mediocre. That's my God-given destiny. What is the point of doing anything at all if you are … Continue reading “We are going to be excellent, not mediocre”
It's all about you Jesus
God speaks in so many different and unexpected forms. I was having such a bad start to my morning and wondered how this day was going to end. After having my cup of coffee I decided to walk away from the negative energy that was surrounding me and the reason for my gloomy mood. I … Continue reading That odd moment when God speaks
I have been living in Hong Kong for a month now. I have been observing this society with interest and making my own observations so that I do not succumb to generalizations and assumptions of how Chinese people are or ought to be. I want to tackle the subject of racism which was really sparked … Continue reading “Hong Kong culture more classist than racist”