It’s graduation season. So many stories of proud parents celebrating their children finishing their elementary or high school journey. So much possibility.
But as actor and comedian Carol Burnett said, “We don’t stop going to school when we graduate.” We must be lifelong learners. Curious question-askers. Readers. People who connect the dots from different angles to form creative solutions. Continue reading
There are expectations and there are possibilities. Expectations often lead to disappointment while possibilities are endless.
If we think we will win and we come second, we feel sad. If we are open to the possibility of anything happening as long as we do our best, we feel accomplished. Continue reading
Physicist and author Stephen Hawking passed away today at the age of 76. He suffered from a slow-onset form of ALS which paralyzed his body a little more each day after he was diagnosed at the age of 21. He ended up wheelchair-bound and communicated using a cheek muscle attached to a speech machine. He married twice, had three children and earned countless awards for his research and breakthroughs in physics and cosmology. How the universe unfolds and evolves. He was an inspiration. Continue reading