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"You've Changed"

These may be words you have heard, many of us have. “She (or he) is not the same person I met!” While this may appear to be the case, the reality is a little simpler than that. 153 more words


Check Engine: Recognizing burnout and responding

This post is one that I wrote last year on a personal blog that is no longer public. Thanks, Mom for saving all the email versions of my posts! 576 more words

Mental Health

“Love And Hate”

“Love and hate can never be friends”

”Here I come with Love and not hatred

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow I all tha days of I life… 53 more words


Competition, Thief of Joy

Life for us has become an endless succession of contests. From the moment the alarm clock rings until sleep overtakes us again, from the time we are toddlers until the day we die, we are busy struggling to outdo others.

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Choosing Your Path

Let’s talk “Worry”, do we have a choice?

Let’s take daily action to minimize our worrying.   Our destructive default mode is fueled by worry,  powered by negative,  emotionally charged thought.   I, me, mine assumes control of our mind and body. 176 more words


AARC Intern Statement, April 2018

Dear Community,

We, the interns of the Asian American Resource Center (AARC), would like to discuss the vital role that our leadership, Dr. Kēhaulani Vaughn, ‘Asena Taione-Filihia, and Sarah Lynn Miralles, play in sustaining marginalized communities within and beyond these institutions. 828 more words


Thank you, Portugal!

(Normally closed these shutters keep the house cool. Can you see the thickness of the wall?)

We are staying in a house on the edge of town, did I tell you that? 413 more words