Tag: sharing

5 July | Half-month Cojournal

Write. Write every week. Write with a peer group of no more than 4. Discovering people wherever I go, I find myself always wanting to interconnect us. Maybe because it’s […]

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Reality & Trust, Chapter 1 | ‘Homesickness’

Today I’m going to continue some ongoing work to edit and collate the book, Reality & Trust, so as to be able to ready it for a proper release soon. […]

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#108 ‘ It’s easy to feel hopeless when you can’t help someone who is unaware’

‘The good news is that although we can’t force insight on them, we can minimize their impact on us.’

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#103 Joy

Making people happy. How do you do it? It’s never really easy, is it, to understand the mechanics of doing things in a way that actually resonate meaningfully, if you […]

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#102 How to choose your life partner

Here’s a starter prompt for today. From T. Urban‘s blog, ‘Wait but Why,’ this intriguing anti-mainstream essay on choosing your life partner… Quite a riot.

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Papers

The things in Papers, which began in May, are still happening. It’s getting good, now. This is what it is when you spend time on a thing: quality begins to […]

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A lovely sunny day / Một ngày nắng đẹp

I will try. To write the things. Straight up, without the abstraction that I usually put into these notes. Because it’s simplifying it: just telling a story, as it is, […]

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End of the Rainbow

My first book, The Elopement, was about running off to Ireland to get married. Kind of. I didn’t mean to run off, and I didn’t mean to get married. Lots […]

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A new book | ‘Nostalgia Cà Phê’

This book is the result of half a dozen trips to Việt Nam, and the conversations that emerged when I was, or wasn’t, looking, and the composite feeling of being-there, […]

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Protected: #106 An argument for not-sharing

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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