Gratitude 365: In-Laws Can Be Great Too
June 26, 2022, | Day 3 of 365 — Too many choices make everyone busy, often for nothing and with little accomplishment. As if it was not enough, Facebook and Instagram updates of our friends give us more jitters, keeping everyone forever on pins and needles. People get upset for not being able to do much and get even…
Summer is bearable because of it has nights.
One of the soft nights,
when air weighs almost nothing,
a flower nods off.
*This is the 414th Haiku I’ve been learning to write. Thank you for reading.
Quote For June 26, 2022
Nora Ephron’s quote on “what are you going to do?” — “What are you going to do? Everything, is my guess. It will be a little messy, but embrace the mess. It will be complicated, but rejoice in the complications.” — Nora Ephron June 26, 2012 Nora Ephron, the American journalist, writer, filmmaker, screewriter, and director, died at age 71. Even if you haven’t…
Gratitude 365: An Atypical Saturday
June 25, 2022 | Day 2 of 365 — What’s your typical Saturday like if you are…married? When couples get into a fight, each side feels pissed off and wronged; both try to tell the other what to say, what to do, how to say it, and how to do it. It only makes things worse, adding fuel to…
Gratitude 365: If Your Wife WFH
June 24, 2022 | Day 1 of 365 — I got this gratitude journal idea from Prof. Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology, two years ago. Each day I will write down at least three things I am grateful for or three great things that happened in my life. Today, I am grateful as every day. One of the benefits of having my wife WFH…
A fish does think; it only doesn’t keep memories.
As blithe as a fish,
I whiled away half day —
*This is the 413th Haiku I’ve been learning to write. Thank you for reading.