A Father’s Suit

“There are thousands, perhaps million of suits in young men’s closets, waiting again for a tailor’s touch to reconcile, when possible, the trace of the father to the body of the son. And then there is the touch, the over-familiar yet comforting hand that pats down the shoulders and smooths the back when a manContinue reading “A Father’s Suit”

Extremely Touching Words From The Late Steve Jobs To His Wife

Translation: “We didn’t really know each other twenty years ago. We were guided by our intuition. You have transported me on a little cloud. It snowed when we got married in Ahwahnee. Years have passed, children have arrived. There have had good moments, difficult moments, never bad moments. Our love has lasted and has grown.Continue reading “Extremely Touching Words From The Late Steve Jobs To His Wife”

A Simple Quote

“Every great chef cooks in their head. They taste in their head. They present food in their mind. They dream about food.” ~Claudio Aprile This quote is not only just a criterion to evaluate the greatness of a chef, but it also speaks to the truth of a career, which is built upon one’s authenticContinue reading “A Simple Quote”

A Life Transformative Poem By Portia Nelson

Chapter I I walk down the street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk I fall in. I am lost … I am helpless. It isn’t my fault. It takes forever to find a way out. Chapter II I walk down the same street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I pretendContinue reading “A Life Transformative Poem By Portia Nelson”

Who Is A Hero?

“A hero is not someone, who is ‘perfect.’ We’d have no Heroes if this were the standard. We all make mistakes, but that doesn’t invalidate the contributions we make in the course of our lives. Perfection is not heroism; humanity is.”-Anthony Robbins

7 Personality Traits of a Great Leader~Jim Rohn

  Learn to be strong but not rude; Learn to be kind but not weak; Learn to be bold but not a bully; You’ve got to learn to be humble but not timid; Be proud but not arrogant; Develop humor without folly; Lastly, deal in realities.