all is here. The switch between sunny days and rainy grey days is constant. The weather is still lovely and windy. Then, the leaves start falling, and I can see how the trees change while walking.

As I work

“We are plurality.

Our individuality is a temporary manifestation of relationships.

Relationships with the multitudes.”

“Ecosystems are built on the conversations between interdependent partnerships.

When we cut these conversations the ecosystems fall apart.


Without the network the single disappears.

The

Summer Reading


River of Time by Jon Swain (Kindle)

To know better my South Asian roots: Cambodian and Vietnamese. Through the lens of an English journalist who lived and worked in those countries. Read more.

Ask for the Moon

inally, I wrap up my blog series with a new post after reflecting and thinking about seeding, feeding, and breeding.

“Seed, feed, weed and breed.” — @Quinnovator & Dave Ferguson

 

“As soon as I became proactive

et’s continue with my series of posts, from seeds and feed to breed.

“Seed, feed, weed and breed.” — @Quinnovator & Dave Ferguson

Shifting 🚶🏻

Nudge #1: walking away from my desk 🖥️

“I hear it from just about every

ollowing up on my latest post, ‘Seeds’, I continue to share my working and learning out’s activities for the past few weeks with a new post.

“Seed, feed, weed and breed.” — @Quinnovator & Dave Ferguson

Thinking about

I share what has caught my attention lately. Enjoy.

“Updating VUCA (V:olatile, U:ncertain, C:omplex, A:mbiguous) to BANI (B:rittle, A:nxious, N:on-linear, I:ncomprehensible): “Brittleness could be met by resilience and slack. Anxiety can be eased by empathy and mindfulness. Nonlinearity would need

I share what has caught my attention lately. Enjoy.

“If it be now, ’tis not to come. If it be not to come, it will be now. If it be not now, yet it will come—the readiness is all.”

Asia is On My Mind & Heart

ew year, new possibilities. Pluriversal ones. In a few weeks, on February 1st 2022, there will be another celebration of the Chinese Lunar Year, the Year of the Tiger. Since last …

rom frequent curated posts, I have reviewed and captured the crème de la crème of insights I spot over 2021.

“The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty; not knowing what comes next.” — Ursula K.