It is your birthright to be successful. It is also your birthright to define what success actually means to you. But most of us are so busy that we do not take time to sit down and write our own definition of success. Continue reading
After 39 Christmas holidays spent in my parents’ house in the Czech Republic, this year I will be spending Christmas for the first time in my life in the US. Being in a completely different place sets a unique opportunity to decide what I want to experience during this most special time of the year. Continue reading
There is a type of class which I never expected to take, but we never know our curriculum. Life recently signed me up for the grief class. Continue reading
This past weekend, I attended a two-day tai chi workshop organized by the International Taoist Tai Chi Society (“the Society”) in New York City. Tai Chi is an internal art. Often, not much is visible on the outside, but a lot is happening on the inside of the body. As I’ve been studying this ancient system for the last eight years, every time there is something new to discover. Which is good and “bad” at the same time; good because it is interesting all the time and “bad” because it requires being open and reinventing how my body performs the moves all the time.
And here is the catch. Continue reading
I have always considered myself to be appreciative of the many wonderful things Life brought me. But it wasn’t until I started to wholeheartedly reflect on what I perceived as negative in my life that gratitude transformed me Continue reading