No Roots

No Roots

  This childhood narrative keeps coming up for me and is just in time for issues surrounding Nationalism and the vote on the Brexit. When I was around 8 years old, I was eating lunch with my friends at school. There were two rows of tables against the walls and we were discussing where we […]

Child-Stranded Father

Child-Stranded Father

Here’s a poem I wrote after being inspired one morning as an Investment Banking analyst while taking a cab to work through the Tenderloin district of San Francisco. I saw a homeless person in the streets and I imagined the potential of his life in an alternate universe. I saw him as being stranded as […]

Year 2015 in Review

Year 2015 in Review

In 2015, I feel like my life change five times. I’ve been deeply introspective, thinking about my values, friendships, goals, direction, hopes, and have been latching on to anything and everything interesting.┬áThe biggest impact came from finally taking an MBTI test out of boredom and getting a quite unexpected result; I might have guessed the […]