The most important lesson of 2017

What I learned from my Spiritual Teacher and how to start 2018 right

The past year was interesting for me in all senses. Many things have changed. Many things have found their logical ends and I many of them had their inspiring starts.

I know the same is true for you. You’ve been through some serious shit but you survived and you stayed in the game. You’ve had your moments of joy and careless happiness and they made you keep moving.

How to recover from the breakup

The dialogue with a broken heart

Mik is a good man.

He is smart, witty, and can’t hide his kind heart behind a pretentious “I am a dick” mask.

His Dad is from the US and is a mix of Hungarian and Italian blood and lives on Rhode Island. His Mom is half-Brit and half Irish but born and raised in New Zealand so Mik calls her kiwi with love and makes fun of her British pride. She lives on a boat with her husband sailing over the channels of Mother England. Mik comes to visit her once in a while.

When I ask him he calls Korea his home. He lived here for over 12 years. Having both US and NZ passports he finds his life in Korea comfortable, sometimes too much.

Out of this 12 years, 3 of them he lives with panic attacks.