Since the beginning of the pandemic, my media consumption has gone up in a noticeable way. Over the past year and a half, while many people spent countless hours binge watching Netflix and Hulu shows, I have found myself watching YouTube more often than any other medium. I am quite impressed by the quantity andContinue reading “My YouTube Education”
When I was about 12 years old, my dad gifted me what became my favorite toy of my teenage years. A remote control sailboat. In my late forties now, my favorite toy is again the same. In 2015, shortly after we moved to San Diego, I found out about the existence of San Diego ArgonautsContinue reading “RC Sailing”
I find Yuval Noah Harari to be one of the most impressive philosophers / historians / anthropologists of our time. I heard other intellectuals put down his works arguing that he does not introduce anything new to the realm of social sciences. What makes Harari special for me is the way he conveys and packages those facts andContinue reading “Yuval Noah Harari”
… go inside. Credit: Raychel Long – https://www.facebook.com/raychel.long
You’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.
Relationships are the most important part of our lives. A marriage defines probably the most important relationship of one’s life (except the one with one’s self). There are tons of good content out there on how to lead a successful relationship with a partner. Some of my favorites on this topic include the following: UndefendedContinue reading “Best Marriage Advice”
When I like a quote, or a quote resonates with me, I try to write it down. Here are some of my favorite quotes.
Ric Elias was sitting at seat 1D on the famous US Airways flight that had to crash land in the Hudson River. In this brief talk, he talks about the things he learned in the experience of almost dying, seeing into the future, and coming back to live differently. He shares the three things heContinue reading “What matters at the end?”