K is for Karma

In the western world Karma is more understood as the saying “what goes around comes around”. In scientific terms it is the law of cause and effect. Here in Asia Karma is a popular Buddhist teaching that stressed that “for every event that occurs, there will follow another event whose existence was caused by the […]

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Exploring Trust

Contrary to the popular adage, trust is not earned but cultivated. Once it’s broken, it’s like Humpty Dumpty, you can never put it back together again. Someone who was betrayed will become very fragile like a landmine. One small step to a sensitive part and it will explode. It’s becomes a wound that never heals. […]

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Ortigas Sky Line

Some people hate the city because of the traffic and smog. Life is fast phased and everyone seems to be in a hurry. Well, that is the negative side. However to me the city is also a beautiful place. I admire the city because of it’s magnificent skyscrapers and high rise buildings. They never fail […]

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Bitching At Idiot PETA

That was a billboard of PETA in Newark, New Jersey, USA that claims that autism may be linked to drinking cows milk. Autism groups, parents with child with autism, researchers and doctors got a right to be angry by this yet another stupid stunt of the animal rightist group. I am fumed by it really. […]

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Caption This Pic Please

My daughter and I went to a theme park last weekend and we were on a line at her favorite mini-roller-coaster. Looking down, there was this two mascots dancing and then suddenly they did this. I was like “WTF are they doing!” They did it so long that I was able to snap a pic […]

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Autism Scandal

Contrary to popular belief there is no cure for autism. Autism is a lifelong disorder. How and why a child contracts this is still a puzzle to even the most advanced research facilities in the world finding the “cure” and the “piece of the puzzle”. The more appropriate term used is Autism Spectrum Disorders (ADDs) […]

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How To Potty Train A Child With Autism

Potty training is one of the hardest and nastiest things all parents have to endure. Imagine cleaning poop, ewww. Training terrible two’s is already hard what more training your child with autism. This is a very tough job. I’m glad my daughter is a quick learner though she picks up really quickly despite having some […]

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