Impostor Syndrome is a collection of chewed and mangled thoughts based on reflections, experience, and personal perspectives I wish others to read, think about, share, confirm, add to, and challenge.

Rhapsodic Stillness is a collection of pictures taken over the years and reflecting with deafening silence the stunning world we live in.

A Beautifully Empty Canvas

A Beautifully Empty Canvas

The future remains uncertain, and so it should, for it is the canvas upon which we paint our desires. thus always the human condition faces a beautifully empty canvas. We possess only this moment in which to dedicate ourselves continuously to the sacred presence which we share and create.
— Jessica, in Frank Herbert's Children of Dune

Life is tricky. When at a crossroad, "doing the right thing" seems to mean so many different things, depending on whom you ask. Stuck with this dilemma, I chose to project myself in the future and tried to tell of this decision I made. What is the story I would like to tell about those years?

Thus I chose to drop "everything", meaning leaving work, selling the condo, changing dojo, and moving to Toronto, and back to school, starting a PhD.

Life opened the way; he will came from the heart. I stare at the now empty canvas. Both thrilled and terrified by its emptiness.

Until I see a small speck of blood on the canvas: the love I feel. This is the anchor from where to start.

Milestones

Milestones

Letter to a New College Dean (On Engaging the Faculty)

Letter to a New College Dean (On Engaging the Faculty)