Happy Mother’s Day to Moms around the world!
Dear Love, It’s been some time since I’ve written to you. I haven’t forgotten. You are still in my heart and dreams. But life doesn’t always go just as we predict. Well, I couldn’t be with you this fall, but I’m sending my mother to you instead ( via a Korean Drama Tour)! Please be [...]
This summer I got to volunteer at a English musical summer camp. The magic in life is all about believing and having faith in making the impossible possible.
I’ve cheated you, my dear readers. I haven’t been good at taking you with me on my travels. Sorry. So here’s an update on my travels: Where have I been after India? Without giving away all my stories just yet, here’s a summary of highlights and places I’ve been to.
The goal of blogging-on-the-road is a massive beast!
Not a simple task. It’s not that the countries I’ve traveled after India weren’t as amazing, but I’ve quickly learned that it’s nearly impossible for me to take you through my journey as I’m experiencing it. So I’ve decided to detour from my chronological mission of posting only India (Look out- I may get messy!)
Dear Love, You may be wondering what’s up with me these days.
Before I left Korea, I had planned 3 months in India… My plan: to job search for summer work. One hitch: I never planned for the ‘what if’ I never found a job by the end of my Indian summer! …
Words and thoughts often get in the way of us achieving our greatest potential for awakening.
My destiny is out there. Occasionally when I travel, I catch wind of a resonant “feeling” that takes me to where I should be next. But then, outside thoughts enter the picture pushing me to define the why’s and exacting outlines of goals; and within an instant, I’ve thieved its potential for greatness.
My dream should be simpler.
What do I want to do next?
If there are no words, no thoughts but only feelings and impressions, I know the answer. Silence is hardly silent…
When I was at temple, I met a learned man who stopped and asked me, where I was going. He held out a notepad and asks me to tell him what I saw….
I read the line before me.
“Guru-ji, I hope I passed your test with my read,” I said with a wink.
If a tree falls in the woods but no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
What is a voice crying for help if it cannot make its way beyond the forest? A passion can be fiery but its voice must be able to spread like wildfire in order to have a bigger effect. It must spark beyond the home, beyond its small community…