Making sense of being a multicultural human, on and off the battlefield.
This section has insights about the “hows/whys/whats” of being human from my perspective, one that is informed by my lived experience, bicultural upbringing, and education. And while I don’t claim to have all the answers, by recounting relatable life lessons I hope to help you become (more) self-aware. I just ask that you be open, kind, patient, and loving with yourself and others.
Surrender has more of a negative connotation than a positive one, with the thesaurus citing “renounce,” “submit,” “capitulate,” “admit of defeat,” “lay down arms,” “yield,” … Continue reading “BEING HUMAN”Read more
Forgiveness means letting go of past hurts and grudges. It’s about moving forward without holding the offender responsible for your pain and suffering. Forgiving yourself … Continue reading “BEING HUMAN”Read more
The Ten Rules provide a helpful roadmap – not a magical formula that you can use to make all of your problems go away. Each rule has its own set of lessons that you resolve in order to lead a more fulfilled life. How you deal with these lessons will differ in kind and magnitude. The rules are about coming to realize – and accept – that life is a compilation of positive and negative experiences, and that all of the answers you seek lie within.
I created this handy glossary in case you get curious about the lessons identified in my Ten Rules post. These definitions/explanations are my own and will be explored in future posts (so don’t get too hung up on the details!).