Tag Archive: happiness

There are Treasures Everywhere!

“I say if your knees aren’t green by the end of the day, you ought to seriously re-examine your life.” ~ Bill Watterson These photos are brought to you on bended knees, dusty… Continue reading

In the Garden of the gods

Have you ever seen a butterfly free fall? weightless white petal wings. Have you ever seen a garden dove preen? or caught the glint in the eye of a sparrow? Have you ever seen… Continue reading

A Song in Your Heart

“If I keep a green bough in my heart, then the singing bird will come.” ~ Chinese Proverb I wake up every morning to tiny giggles as a wriggling warm bundle burrows its way to my… Continue reading

Be Happy

“If we are not happy and joyous at this season, for what other  season shall we wait and for what other time shall we look?” ~’Abdu’l-Báhá Happiness is to want what you already… Continue reading

Glimpses of the Unhurried Life

I grew up in Kulim. A tiny, modest little settlement in rural Malaysia during the 80s. There were no traffic lights in our little town back then. Folks just slowly meandered through the sleepy streets in their… Continue reading

Life’s Lessons

“To learn and not to do is really not to learn. To know and not to act is really not to know.” ~ Stephen R. Covey Three years ago I was diagnosed with breast… Continue reading

You know it’s summer in Finland

When Finns disappear for a season of rustic contentment deep in the Land of a Hundred Thousand Lakes. And it looks like this at 11 o’clock in the evening. When these little fellows show up. And barnacle geese land in… Continue reading

The Rest of your Story

Your story may not have such a happy beginning, but that does not make you who you are. It is the rest of your story. Who you choose to be. ~ Kung Fu… Continue reading

Memoirs of a Kampung Girl – The Age of Innocence

I went to an all-girls Convent School at the age of seven and spent twelve years being nurtured within the Catholic order of duty, discipline and allegiance to our alma mater, God, nation and countrymen. Within these… Continue reading