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My Advice To The Young | Jack Ma

My advice to the young people: 25 years old : Make enough mistakes. Don’t worry. You fall, you stand up; you fall, you stand up. Enjoy it. Just enjoy the show. From 30 to 40 years old: You have to think very clearly, do you really want to be an entrepreneur, working for yourself? 40 […]

Love Thy Neighbour | Huiwen Wu

We can only love ourselves for who we are, when we love ourselves for who we are not. (an interpretation of Love Thy Neighbour as Thyself)    

Fish’s Search For Meaning | Huiwen Wu

If you are a fish, and you are trying to plant a tree, because you believe that by planting the tree you will make the world a better place, you are wrong.  

Gratitude | Lera Mimizu

Sitting with my morning tea before starting to pack for Ibiza today. Reflecting on my inner state – recently I have been feeling very happy. For no reason. Just happy. With gratitude and love just flowing over me in waves. Some time ago my Vortex teacher pointed out the difference to me between Gratitude and […]

The Kipling Journal

The individual has always had to struggle from being overwhelmed by the tribe. To be your own man is hard business. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself. Rudyard Kipling  

Zarathustra’s Prologue | Friedrich Nietzsche

1. When Zarathustra was thirty years old, he left his home and the lake of his home and went into the mountains. There he enjoyed his spirit and solitude and for ten years did not weary of it. But at last his heart changed— and rising one morning with the dawn he stepped before the […]

Daily Ritual | Lera Mimizu

I have many people who come to the tea ceremonies and tea tours and they all drink tea in a very different way – some ceremonially for one hour every morning (like I do), some drink PG tips from the mug with the Mickey Mouse for 5 minutes before they rush to work. But everyone, […]

Waterfall of the Soul | Lera Mimizu

On the last Full Moon Tea Ceremony every woman received so many teaching from the Tea. Not in the usual way through insights while taking her in. But messages through the space and other women. There were lessons on judgement and patience, acceptance and love. My personal lesson was through the way I poured water […]

Chinese Proverb

Rivers and mountains are easy to be moved, but it is much harder to change one’s nature. Chinese proverb. . (Note: In ancient Chinese, rivers and mountains also mean “dynasty”. So literal translation can also be: “it is easier to change dynasties than to alter one’s nature.)  

The Battle Worth Fighting For | Huiwen Wu

What is it like to take the red pill? You ask. It is – Finding peace in chaos; Finding stillness in movements; Finding hope in despair; Finding light in darkness; Finding certainty in the uncertain; Finding forgiveness in the unforgivable; Finding virtue in wickedness; Finding unity in differences; Finding strength in pessimism; Finding comfort outside […]