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April 19, 2020

Continuous & Lifelong Learning is a very important aspect of well-being. There is a lot of uncertainty and that is going to stay for a while. Our old skills are not sufficient to thrive in life. We need to prepare ourselves, equip ourselves with new skills and abilities to deal with the challenges of this new, uncertain and ever changing future.

April 19, 2020

Today I will be sharing my passion which is - creating a happy n healthy world. I am really passionate about learning and sharing tools that make us human beings more happy n healthy n thrive in life.

August 3, 2016

Did you know that doctors and researchers have conducted experiments and concluded that our Word Choice Can Hugely Change & Rewire Our Brains
 

Positive words strengthens the frontal lobe in our brain.
The use of positive language can start to change the functions of the parietal lobe which is in charge of how we view ourselves and others. With a positive v...

July 30, 2016

Click on the individual roses for a close-up view!

I love photographing roses. I can spend hours taking pictures of roses. Here is a gallery of some of the beautiful rose shots taken in a garden in Aix-en-Provence, France in 2014. What a beautiful, vibrant city rich with colors and art. Now pause and reflect on this amazing fact of life...

"A beauti...

July 15, 2016

Great illustration of slavery / mastery. Hong Kong is full of phone slaves (I am one of them).

Whenever I see a funny or inspiring or motivational quote, picture, video or read an empowering article, my PHONE commands me to SAVE IT and then SHARE IT. And I usually and helplessly obey it.

Isn't it a sad reality ? And we THINK we are in charge ?!?

Le...

July 7, 2016

Important Intellectual Well-Being reminder - We remember 90% of what we say and do !


Our attention span and learning capacity is on the decline. We are constantly engaging in activities like social media browsing, instant messaging, whatsapp-ing, etc. This comes at a price.

Observe in the image above. Most human beings only remember
1) 10% of wh...

June 28, 2016

“Let us boldly ask what it says about ourselves if we cannot pull back from our addiction to digital distractions.

For it is an addiction; we are no better off than the alcoholic who cannot avoid the bar or the gambler the casino. Those with a compulsion to constantly check in have lives like this: They awake each day and their first act is to review the messa...

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