Tag Archives: dream

Why must we imagine?

Little children love to imagine. As grown-ups, we must not forget this natural talent, instead we must nurture our ability to imagine and support it with everything that we have experienced and learned, so that our pro-life, pro-advancement imaginations will be realizations. “Anything one man can imagine, other men can make real.” ~ Jules Verne, […]

What were your childhood dreams?

Dear Universe, thank you for allowing me to grow up with my childhood dreams. While I was a little child, I dreamed many dreams. What were your childhood dreams? Children can help us to re-discover our childhood dreams, through their innocence and curiosity. “While we try to teach our children all about life, our children […]

How to overcome insomnia?

On 20160601, I woke up at ~ 2am, perhaps due the a need to pass urine and/or the snoring Honey Panda. Then, I drank a 3/4 mug of milk (half cold milk mixed with half hot honey water) and ate a quarter of wife biscuit. Normally, I could not sleep immediately after eating due to […]

What are your unique dreams while sleeping?

Hormones and the changes of their levels can play great roles in our lives, for example pregnancy hormones can bring surprises. In my 2016 pregnancy, my sleeping dreams could be scary. Once in the first trimester, I dreamed being chased away by carnivorous animals in a zoo, perhaps as subconsciously inspired by Singapore Zoo where […]

What can we learn about Nepal from Shanghai Expo 2010 and beyond?

"When I had been a while on shore after my fourth voyage; and when, in my comfort and pleasures and merry-makings and in my rejoicing over my large gains and profits, I had forgotten all I had endured of perils and sufferings, the carnal man was again seized with the longing to travel and to […]

What are your dream destinations?

It is good to travel and live globally because “historically, immigrant groups tend to experience upward mobility in America until the third generation, and then, for reasons unknown, tend to level off.” Maureen Callahan Spain – Portugal – Morocco as inspired by The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho via a Taiwanese UBC senior who made it […]

How to deal with our evolving aspirations?

When I was a graduate student, I thought that I could contribute meaningfully to the world. Very idealistic! Now, I only hope that our parents, my spouse and our next generations are healthy, safe and live peacefully. It seems that I become less ambitious as I grow older. Perhaps, the Universe has been very generous […]