Many of us may hate doing laundry, but we do it – because deep down, we know that doing the laundry is purposeful…
Tag: meaning of life
After turning 50, I’ve discovered that my life has been all about the unfurling of just three main themes.
Vacuuming is boring. It’s indoors. But mowing the lawn is exciting. It’s outdoors. There’s danger! Context is everything.
Are we merely “human” – just a species? Or are we more? Can we also be “dancer” – people who dance, imagine, create? Sam Chan ponders the famous song lyrics.
Languishing describes how we feel in the covid isolation lockdown: Not flourishing. Not bored. But languishing. But why do we feel this way?
In a workaholic age, the healthiest thing may be to spend a few more days in little rooms by the seaside – in restful, prayerful retreat.
2020 is ending in a rush and the first thing that suffers in busyness is reflection time – the art of seeing the meaning in our experiences.
Most of us live our lives the wrong way around. We try to fill our lives from the outside in, with nice clothes, nice houses, and appearances.
In the busyness of the everyday, how can we discern what we should focus on and what really matters in life? Here’s a question that can help.
Does our desire for drama point to something more? Here are five bigger questions to consider after a good Netflix binge.