No Excuses.

Rudyard Kipling said “We have forty million reasons for failure, but not a single excuse.” I found this little nugget of wisdom nestled in between the pages of the book I had read a few years ago (Robin Sharma’s The Secret Letters Of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari), and I remember mulling over this... Continue Reading →

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Mr. & Mrs.

My mother and father. More than thirty years spent together as husband and wife. They have traveled extensively around the globe and set up homes in three different countries while raising two exceptional young women. Their journey began in New Delhi, India, as giddy newlyweds, progressed to Jakarta, Indonesia, as enthusiastic young parents, matured in... Continue Reading →

Help Me.

When was the last time you asked for a shoulder to lean on? Growing up, I was extremely self-reliant. The first person I turned to for help was, well, myself. It felt natural to me that I must be the one to fix my own problems. If I was fretting over a bad grade on... Continue Reading →

Operating in the Gray.

Things seem so much easier when slotted into neat boxes. Simple labels, hierarchies, categories. Minimized until they can't be dissected any further. Yes or no. This or that. Here or there. We are so besotted with figuring out whether to go left or right, that we don't always remember that there might be other options.... Continue Reading →

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