Quirky Missy

The creative child is the child who has survived. ~ Ursula K. Le Guin

Category: Love for Strangers

Daily Compassion​

It’s been a couple of rough weeks since I returned to Singapore. Apart from the reverse-culture shock, things just haven’t been going smoothly with most of the services that I require. Things have been especially trying for the last couple of days as plans are being stalled and would need a massive overhaul. The Dark Traits in Occupations Some thoughts…

A Brief but Impactful Encounter

I met someone recently. He is kind, romantic, gentle, sensitive, caring and probably loving. We cross each other’s path not to fall in love with each other, but to give each other the most essential and helpful tools to repair ourselves. This is perhaps another kind of love.

The Ugly World

Tony Attwood, best known for his knowledge and expertise in Asperger’s Syndrome, quoted, “You don’t suffer from Asperger’s, you suffer from other people.”. He is right, I don’t suffer from Asperger’s, I suffer from people, and by people, I mean ALL people, on or not on the autism spectrum.

Finding the silver lining and a positive perspective is not to say that I am not hurt or disappointed; it only means that life is tough, I didn’t choose it, but here I am, so I am just trying to make the best out of it. We all should.

Happiness comes in multilayered and depths of existence

Exams and Stress Exams are just days away. “Stress” was discussed briefly in last evening’s lecture. My stress level caused by examinations, honestly, it’s 0-1; 1 being the fact that the orders that came through the emails may not be attended to and customers may not have noticed the banner and announcement, otherwise, I don’t get stressed by exams. Exams…

See the Good, even in the Worst

Minutes passed. He broke the silence by explaining why he was being defensive earlier. I assured him that I bore no grudge and I understood. Passengers can be very difficult; people can be difficult and unreasonable. People blame people when things go wrong.

It is sad to observe that people are quick to criticize, doubt, judge and choose to deny good. When different things happen in our life, they teach us something new; when same things happen in our life, they are reminders that we ought not ignore.

When we throw a good shout out, it echoes back. Echoes are in multiplicity.

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