It’s been a while since I posted any new chapters on this web site. Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about them! I’ve gotten some feedback on this book and decided to make some major edits. Not only that, the book … Continue reading New edits coming soon!
Many people attribute success to ‘good luck’, and therefore think of it as something outside of their control. But let me tell you a secret, ‘luck’ can be obtained by anyone who understands what’s it’s made of. The formula is quite simple. Continue reading “5 Secrets to Success”
We often search for the ‘missing things’ in our lives through entertainment and the people around us. Sometimes, it only takes a few steps and glances in a different direction to find the things that are truly fulfilling in life. … Continue reading 7 Ways to Live a Fuller Life
Pearl S. Buck was one of those authors who always made me think. She wrote about life, culture, politics, human nature, philosophy, religion, and love. I’ve travelled with her through time to unknown lands and met many people from different walks of life. And my life has been changed as a result of her works.
Here are some of my favourite quotes from her that I would like to share with you. I hope it will bring some joy into your life as it did to mine. Continue reading “Quotes from Pearl S. Buck”
I’m basically one of those people who were born as an artist. I started drawing/doodling at the age of 1 or 2, as soon as I could hold a pencil in my hand. I went to art classes as a child, to study the traditional drawing techniques and water colour. By grade 4, I was able to sketch a proper roman bust with proper shading, and by grade 5, I was able to do live portraits of people in graphite pencil. In Secondary School and High School, my repertoire of artistic skills expanded to coloured pencils, acrylic painting, ink, oil painting, pastels, printing making, conte, and a few other things that students learn as a requirement in art school. I was set for a life as an artist.