Moon’s Zen Moment… I talk about my sister Sun’s beautiful calligraphy painting she created while battling cancer.
Moon’s Zen Moment…. On my way to my local juicer, I encountered this cat, which I named the “Zen Cat.” On my walks, I often see many cats in my neighborhood, but a little voice in my head told me to stop for this cat. In a moment of
Moon’s Zen Moment… As a Southern CA resident, it does not rain very often here. We get rain more frequently during the winter months. When rain comes during the drought months, it feels like a shower of gifts, like a starving person who receives food. On a cold morning recently,
Moon’s Zen Moment… I attended a Dao Ceremony conducted by a Daoist temple and master to receive the confirmation of “enlightenment.” As the ceremony is only conferred once in a person’s life, it is a special ceremony, which I felt honored to have participated in. As a prerequisite for the
Moon’s Zen Moment…. Over the weekend, while passing by a local Catholic Church in my neighborhood, my mother and I encountered this food drive by the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. When we witnessed people lined up with their carts to receive food, emotions came welling up inside
Moon’s Zen Moment… In honor of this upcoming Thanksgiving, I was reflecting on what I am most thankful for in my life. While there are infinite blessings in my life (God and the Universe have been so good to me) and so many people to thank, especially to my hubbie
Moon’s very Zen Moment…. I visited Lotus Sculpture, a Buddhist & Hindu sculpture studio, founded by a fellow spiritual seeker Kyle Tortora. As I approached the front entrance, Kyle’s dog, Oso, greeted me with a few barks, which told me that he was the dutiful gate keeper. When Kyle came
Moon’s Zen Moment… In this video, I talk about my wedding song “Fly Me to the Moon” by Frank Sinatra and the two reasons why it has so much meaning to me. Whenever I hear it, tears start rolling down my cheeks.
Moon’s Zen Moment… My mornings are the most precious time for me because it allows me to reflect and appreciate all of the blessings the Universe has conferred in my life. As I take long walks in the mornings sometimes, I always pass this tiny park (only few blocks from