Don’t Take it for Granted

Sometimes it’s easy to gloss over the repetitive questions from our family. We stop hearing them with open ears. I sometimes do this with my grandmother’s questions given that her memory is not as sharp as before, but today I found one of her questions very thought provoking. Almost like the questions I try to... Continue Reading →


Last week I briefly mentioned the mindset of scarcity: that is when we are convinced we don’t have enough of something. This puts us on defense: we worry, we are suspicious of being cheated, or we rush because we believe we don’t enough time. It’s easy to focus on what is lacking, since we all... Continue Reading →

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