Tag Archive: books

What would you choose?

We make an innumerable amount of choices each day — whose severity of impact varies and can reflect on our character. I first wrote about choices in Risk, Regret, and Fairy Tales. Similarly,… Continue reading

Going Public

Upon last week’s advent of Spring, I realized that New Year’s day would be more appropriate to occur in March. Spring symbolizes life renewed, rebirth, new beginnings, and things blossoming. To inspire me… Continue reading

Engaged

I was absolutely engaged when I was reading “Memoirs” by Pablo Neruda. When I read the first page, I let out a sigh as if to say “Oh no…” — because I knew… Continue reading

Introvert (R)Evolution

When with the OMS in Geneva, I would sometimes forgo lunch or coffee breaks with friends to spend some time alone on the building’s 8th floor. The first thing I do when I… Continue reading

Good music, gluttony, and geeks

First of all, thank you to everyone for their kind support! Two international trips within a month period of time has left me so exhausted that lately I have been a bear in… Continue reading