Covid-19: An Experience from Hong Kong

(Disclaimer: Writing from Hong Kong where the numbers have been stably under 200 cases between January-March 2020)  Open letter to the world, In the year 2020, a physical virus (bearing multiple names) most commonly titled Covid-19 navigated the planet. The initial epicenter of the outbreak was located in the Chinese province of Wuhan. The virus was novel … More Covid-19: An Experience from Hong Kong

Empathy, Compassion, Gratitude: More Easily Done than Said

Empathy is taking oneself out of the picture and knowing that people have their own lives, their own challenges, and their own emotions. It’s understanding that if someone feels a certain way, it may or may not have anything to do with you personally. Compassion is helping someone who needs something you have in surplus, … More Empathy, Compassion, Gratitude: More Easily Done than Said

Free Speech is Not Free of Consequence

People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for freedom of thought, which they seldom use. ~Soren Kierkegaard~ The twenty-first century is seeing rapid advancements in technology and communication devices. We have emails, social media, news coverage, blogs, phones, video calls, and a myriad of ways to transfer expressions to each other. As the world … More Free Speech is Not Free of Consequence

Here’s an Oxymoron: Monogamy

[Theme: Psychology and Personal Development] An ‘oxymoron’ means two words that contradict each other. ‘Monogamy’ means two morons contradicting each other. ~Mikavelli~ ‘Monogamy’ is one of the oldest forms of human conditioning. Perhaps at one point in history, the concept of ‘monogamy’ was invented to keep women from becoming jealous over male desire, or designed … More Here’s an Oxymoron: Monogamy

Facts: Why The British Denied Hong Kong Democracy

The biggest challenge for Hong Kong at the moment is not to overthrow the government, but to question the internal Confucian values that define Chinese culture, values that dictate the drive for absolute submission. ~Mikavelli~   (click embedded links for references) Many in the world have been informed about the Hong Kong protests by way … More Facts: Why The British Denied Hong Kong Democracy