Pakikipagkapwa is a worldview that within one’s loob or deepest inner being, there is not just a shared humanity but also a shared inner life that connects us with each other and with all cosmic existence. 11 years later, how would I rewrite what I wrote for the […]
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I know now that moving AND getting rid of unnecessary things is the physical act of dismantling my world and re-assemblying it to align with my spiritual life and my mission. It’s been so hard to let go of beloved furniture and decorations. It was […]
That’s me—”Inspired one who enjoys having a positive attitude.” Growing up, through grade school and through to my early adulthood, reason and intellect were king for me. What am I getting at? After such a journey, it’s true for me now that I function […]
In the early 90s, I quit my job as an art director to become a full time mom. To prevent boredom, I began a quest to be Martha Stewart. Or some imitation of her. This created silly notions of Super Mom for me and […]
This guy makes me think about Filipinos today who look to ancient Philippine symbolism in baybayin and tattoos for inspiration. Saki Mafundikwa urges African graphic designers to draw on ancient writing symbolism of Africa for fresh inspiration. It’s summed up in his favorite Ghanaian […]
Please comment or share a story on how you say “bahala na” or or hear it said. Please share how you can use it as an empowering phrase or affirmation now. This was initially published at Pinay.com and BahalaNaMeditations.com.
The following exploration is just me finding new meaning in old ways. Here are: Philippine every-day phrases that acknowledge the beauty within others. Po and opo are tagalog words and mostly spoken by younger folk to elders or superiors. Po is used to […]
This year I did something that helped me get more in touch with what I wanted in life—I made a vision board. The picture at the top of this post shows my new vision board—it’s small and took only about an hour to make. […]