Moment to Moment

On a bright, sunny, clear, brisk morning, I am walking towards the subway station with my backpack and my bag of thoughts. As I stand in front of the subway gate, just a few feet away from the entrance, a musician starts his daily performance. His hands dance across the keyboard and his feet tap… Continue reading Moment to Moment

Keep on Dreaming

Every night of our sleeping lives, we wander through an alternate dimension of reality. In our dreams, we feel intense fear, sorrow, joy, and rage. We commit crimes; we suffer tragedies; sometimes we experience the greatest joy; sometimes we fly; sometimes we die. Dreams are some of the most private things that we can ever… Continue reading Keep on Dreaming

Reflection: How Do You Measure Your Life?

"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons" This line is from a poem by T.S Elliot called “The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock”. The man who speaks this quote is one who carries deep regrets. Prufrock is a middle-aged man who tries multiple times to ask out a women but never has the… Continue reading Reflection: How Do You Measure Your Life?

Reflection: A Balancing Act of Love

Back in May, I started a new job at a new company with new responsibilities. The learning curve was steep enough to keep me busy. The novelty kept me excited as I adjusted into my role. Several months went by and things had slowed down. In fear of losing my momentum, I filled my days… Continue reading Reflection: A Balancing Act of Love