In kindergarten, I used to dance a lot. As one of the ‘principle’ dancers throughout my kindergarten career, I was able to hold onto this admirable status as I progressed from one grade to another. I loved dancing. But I didn’t know why. Now looking back on it, I’ve realized that my kindergarten dance madeContinue reading “Dance Freely”
“La liberté n’a pas de valeur si elle ne comprend pas la liberté de faire des erreurs.” ~Mahatmas Gandhi Translation: Liberty is without value if it isn’t comprised of the freedom to make mistakes.
World Pride 2014 Welcome To Toronto, Canada!
In the words of Bill Atkinson, one of the first few employees of Apple, the force of naïveté is to be persuaded by the feasible prospect of goals that no one has ever achieved before. As a kid, I loved lying on my bed, daydreaming how it would feel like walking the streets of aContinue reading “Force Of Naïveté”