Tag Archives: love

What can we learn from the movie Love in the 1980s?

On the eve of our Papa’s 67th birthday [1], I watched a movie entitled Love in the 1980s. It reminded me on the love between my parents. While I watched this slowly-paced movie in the early hours, later Little Prince watched it partially and I realized that Little Princess loved the greenery scene too. Some […]

What can we learn from the movie Go away Mr. Tumor?

On 20180818, I watched this movie when I have been unwell due to dizziness and low blood pressure since 20180813 [1]. After I went to see a doctor and we had a rare 4-people family lunch, bought some groceries and had showers, I was feeling sleepy and about to nap (as both Little Prince and […]

What can we learn from Joyce Meyer?

On 20180629, at room 1 of Home@S2011, I found a book that I often read during my PhD student days. The title is New Day, New You written by Joyce Meyer. I bought it a pence short of GBP 10. Unfortunately, it has turned yellowish and moldy! Therefore, I am going to donate it away for […]

How to prevent cancer?

Statistically, one out of every two of us will get cancer or heart disease and die from it. However, I hope that it would only happen after we live a long fulfilling life [0]. Papa passed away due to metastatic lung adenocarcinoma in spite of exercising regularly and never smoking in his life. While there […]

What is your gratitude list for summer 2018?

While Summer 2018 presented tragic events to us (the sudden demise of Papa and my sister’s father-in-law), there were still things that we are thankful for. Our gratitude list for summer 2018: Home cooked meals I accept that the home cooked meals prepared by me were limited to steaming and boiling. On 21080628, both Little […]

What can we learn about being mortal?

Few days before our father’s death, which we didn’t anticipate [1], I was browsing the New York Bestselling list. Similar to my father who writes a book about his passion, I aspire to be an author whose books are widely read and benefit many people. Then, I encountered a book entitled “Being Mortal: Medicine and […]

How to deal with anger?

Anger is one letter short of danger. From Ravi Chandra, I learned that, “among active and interactive users of Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, anger is more viral than happiness, sadness or disgust.” In spring 2018, while Little Prince has been sweet for most time, there have been moments that his actions made me […]