The size of your life is directly proportional to the amount of
courage you hold in your heart.
Whatever you’ve been thinking of doing, do. Do, so you can trust;
trust, so you can receive.
And finally: receive, so you can give.
This is my practicum of life. Below you’ll find a scatterboard of the many things that make me who I am.
I recently obtained my bachelor’s degree at the
University of California, Berkeley
in 2019. I triple majored in Cognitive Science, Sociology, and Political Economy, with a minor in Education. I plan on pursuing a post-graduate degree in philosophy or religion in the near future.
I teach english, philosophy, and critical thinking—often all wrapped into one big course on life.
Ultimately, I would like to get out of my own way. To let go of all things, and let all the things do themselves. I am committed to a focused life, to deep work, because it’s the best kind of life there is. In doing so, I hope to cultivate the garden where my most authentic self may flourish.
I am currently based in Taipei, Taiwan.
If you have an offer, opportunity, or introduction that might make my life more interesting, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. For the reasons stated above, I’ll only respond to those proposals that are a good match for my schedule and interests.