The mode of communication that we adopt in social interaction can change the way we respond socially in real life when we stop associating facial and body language with our emotions and thoughts. … Read More Is Social Distancing Causing Delay in Response Time? – MOVED to Lis Writes
This post has been permanently moved to Lis Writes: When Depression is about Successful Survivorship LIS WRITES narrates the creative thoughts of the author, Lis Sun, on mental health and mental wellness topics. Lis adopts a Socratic approach to question the presuppositions and uses behavioural science to explain pattern-forming habits. LIS WRITES promotes… Read More Of Darkness – MOVED to Lis Writes
It’s been a couple of rough weeks since I returned to Singapore. Apart from the reverse-culture shock, things just haven’t been going smoothly with most of the services that I require. Things have been especially trying for the last couple of days as plans are being stalled and would need a massive overhaul. The Dark… Read More Daily Compassion
I had wanted to close the chapter for Odense, Denmark, properly before I route back to reconnect the dots in Perth, Australia. I had been in a frantic mode since weeks before departing Demark to transit in Singapore for a week and then back to Perth. Clearly, I am not quite a light traveler (what… Read More Life is a Rush! I’m Back in Perth!
Words create contents in my mind and take flight in the most magical way. The charming man plays with words as beautifully as he plays guitar. A poet in his blood, a romantic in his heart, he writes like a beautiful piece of music being played ingeniously.… Read More Writing is good for the soul
This is an old topic revisited. I have blogged (or through Facebook Notes – those were the days!) some dinosaur years ago about how we instinctively choose so-called “scientific” claims over the words of people who have spent years investing time, emotions, and love in us. Mothers Who Used to Know-It-All The pivotal character in… Read More Truth, Trust, and Fact
I don’t really watch Chinese shows or other Asian TV shows, but when I do watch, they are usually in the category of pugilistic films, or with strong historical extracts. I am attracted to the elaborated costumes and setups, and the use of proper Mandarin for that era. Imagine it as the Chinese version of Victorian times,… Read More I Am Made of Chinese Shows
Minutes passed. He broke the silence by explaining why he was being defensive earlier. I assured him that I bore no grudge and I understood. Passengers can be very difficult; people can be difficult and unreasonable. People blame people when things go wrong.
It is sad to observe that people are quick to criticize, doubt, judge and choose to deny good. When different things happen in our life, they teach us something new; when same things happen in our life, they are reminders that we ought not ignore.
When we throw a good shout out, it echoes back. Echoes are in multiplicity. … Read More See the Good, even in the Worst
Today is the Mid Autumn Festival aka Lantern Festival aka Moon Cake Festival. It is also the 15th day of Lunar calendar. We remember the name of the festival differently. As children, we remember it as the lantern festival because that was the only official ‘legal’ month to play with fire – I mean, lantern!… Read More Moon Cake | Fullerton Hotel