Eastern Sunday, 1995, a cold and windy day on the Chesapeake Bay water. I was sailing a Womanship boat with 7 women, 2 of them sailing instructors, into Annapolis Harbor. The sky was blue and clear, the air was clean and crispy, and the water cold and choppy. Annapolis is a beautiful port to come into. In the background, the Bay Bridge, with its imposing… Read More
I believe we were all born with a unique talent. Some can cook, become chefs, and got TV shows like Hell’s Kitchen. Some can write and wrote “Harry Potter” books. Some can sing and sold millions of Beatles albums. Some can direct and made “Titanic” and “Avatar”. A county music star, who said he is not good at anything “but I am pretty good at… Read More
John F. Kennedy said: “When I was growing up I had three wishes. I wanted to be a Lindbergh-type hero, learn Chinese, and become a member of The Algonquin Round Table”. His 3 wishes are very close to my 3 wishes when I was growing up in the 50’s and 60’s in poverty-stricken Taiwan. To be a Lindbergh-type hero was the only thing I wanted… Read More
After a major loss, how do we bounce back? How can we be the person we always wanted to be? Here is what my beloved Kripalu yoga teacher Jovinna Chan, who is the one in this beautiful picture, taught me: Be yourself. Be brave. Focus on what’s important in life. Move on. Enjoy.