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One New Change

One New Change

I had seen images similar to this, and wanted to have a bash at it. The buildings at One New Change provide great opportunities to capture reflections of the dome of St Paul’s. 82 more words


The Soma switch

Well, I have an announcement to make.

After my rebaptism, I’m going to switch Soma branches and start attending Midtown instead of Northwest.

This has been about six weeks of thought and careful consideration, ever since I started checking out Soma Midtown on August 26. 348 more words


Start of Semester

Starting of the new Semester, but it didn’t feel much like a semester, and day 1 seemed pretty cool. Looking at my schedule I see a lot of open spaces because of Practicums and Internships, which meant that my physical classes were rather little. 216 more words


Finding Courage

Last year, a business I started, a food magazine, collapsed and closed. It was my lack of entrepreneurial understanding, inexperience, and bad timing that brought things to such an untimely and untidy end. 567 more words


Joy and Sorrow

“Joy and sorrow are never separated. When our hearts rejoice at a spectacular view, we may miss our friends who cannot see it, and when we are overwhelmed with grief, we may discover what true friendship is all about. 441 more words


Indian Literary Identity in Tibet by Matthew Kapstein

Holly was not wrong when she described the reading for this week as, “a bit long”. I’d like to take a brief minute here at the beginning of the reflection to share some thoughts on western academic analysis of Tibetan literature. 803 more words


This isn't about navel-gazing~

Don’t worry about saving the world.  Save yourself.

If you want to be of service to the world, your family or yourself, then realize it’s not your actions that will amount to much if anything. 87 more words