LEGO, the famous toy that kids around the world played with, is a very interesting toy that I grew up with. In its simpler earlier form, it comprises of identical building blocks, differing only in color and sizes.
The human figures were also modular, meaning that the head-gears, head, upper torso, lower torso were interchangeable. You . . . → Read More: LEGO: There are no cars or houses
Hope the new year is treating you well. I just came back from a three month retreat and thought I’ll share something here. (Strictly speaking, because of immigration requirements and some talk engagements I committed to, it was not a full three months! )
Below is an email excerpt I sent to fellow . . . → Read More: Applying meditation skills to daily encounters
If there’s such a thing as writer’s block, this is it. I inserted this entry like weeks ago in the hope of pushing myself to pen down my thoughts about emptiness via the illustration of a bowl of delicious laksa, and yet as I sat here weeks later, there is just no impetus to write . . . → Read More: A bowl of delicious laksa … 8′)