For archive (Updated on January 29, 2019)
Some people said that I have “too much time”.
Time is an equalizer. Everyone — rich or poor — has 24 hours in a day.
Our elders reminded us, one should get — in whatever we do —
- kutho (kusala, wholesome deeds)
- oksa (income or wealth)
- pyinna (panna, knowledge/wisdom)
I have already received a zillion “thanks” from my sayas for my voluntary work in getting the alums reconnected electronically and physically.
I am committed to life-long learning.
I finished on-line courses which require reading, taking quizzes and exams.
- Democratic Development
- Computer Networks,
I have audited many courses such as
- Risk Management (3 courses)
- Cryptography (2 courses)
- Algorithms (2 courses)
- Data Analysis (2 courses)
- Programming Languages (2 courses)
- Machine learning (2 courses)
- Big data
- Genetics and evolution
- Critical thinking in Global Challenges
I read daily a 10 – 15 minute summary of a non-fiction book.
I also spend time practicing loving kindness meditation and vipassana meditation.