I learned that if you spell out and share what’s inside you, be it ambition or pain, it helps to muster forward or heal them, sort of closure of an old chapter and an opening of a new one. Today I decided to jot down my top 2 regrets, hoping by doing so I will bring it to closure.
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I have been intrigued by this couplet penned by an anonymous 17th-century poet from the Indian subcontinent. Although it reminds me of my late father, it’s beyond all relationships, and it’s as relevant today as would have been then.
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Over 500 hundred years ago in 1519 Hernando Cortez, the Spanish captain and explorer decided to seize the Aztecs, a mighty empire that had been around for thousands of years. Cortez took his soldiers and sailors and sailed south. Upon landing his fleet of ships on the shores of the Yucatan, the captain ordered his men to burn their own ships.
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I had this nagging fear that one day I would lose all our family memories imprinted on paper, and as part of my project to immortalize every paper documents covering our mortal lives, I recently got our entire collection of print photos digitized.
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Let’s do a virtual experiment.
We will need nothing but some imagination and be open to internalize the outcome, and there are no side effects.
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Kudos to you if you are one of those few who kept their resolution from last year, and created new goals and objectives for this year. Happy New Year!!!
While crafting your new goals, I gather you may have reflected on all the good times, and perhaps also on the not so good times. Good for you.
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