I am learning that my life does not have to be so complicated and complex. My goal is to be fully present in this chaotic and ever-changing world.
Archives for May 2015
In the last weeks I shot three events, two of them back to back. First time in two years that I have been healthy enough to get out of the door and do this thing I love to do. Maybe things are turning around.
We as writers have a uniqueness of spirit, which is often misunderstood but should be embraced. A writer gives life to things others cannot.
If you want to place yourself at arms length from the street sellers and enjoy the ebb and flow of Hanoi’s city traffic while you are hunting for bargains, a three-wheeled cyclo, or pedi-cab, is the way to go.
Science does not need philosophy in every detail or experiment; but it needs it around the edges and sometimes in its methodology. Philosophy helps us to better understand how science works, how scientific laws and theories fit into our worldviews, and the place of humans in nature.
Whenever you do something purely because it brings you (and others) joy, you are committing an act of rebellion.
For twenty years, I forgot how to make life choices for myself. Much of what I was doing over the years was not what I wanted to do. I was complacent and tolerated my circumstances. Sound familiar?
Three formidable tiger sharks cruised toward me…eyeing me in a manner suggesting I might make a fine lunch, or at least a suitable appetizer.
The book ‘1,000 Places To See Before You Die’ includes Sapa in northwestern Vietnam, and with good reason. The geography is stunning without being overwhelming. The local hill people, with their faces deeply etched with character, welcome tourists for home stays and mountain trekking. This article describes a corner of the world that visitors will remember fondly for the rest of their lives.
Vancouver has become a hotbed of creativity and ideas, and continues to spark innovation and breakthroughs in the fields of film production, gaming and software design partly due to the efforts of thought leaders like Roger who work tirelessly to connect people so they can empower each other to succeed.