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Monday, August 11, 2014

Centrifugal Inertia

This blog has been tranquil for a while. So much has happened and much more will. Here is a summary of the last few months ;

My mother passed away this year. It has been a difficult experience to say the least. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and the cancer swiftly removed her from us in March. In these moments I found out a lot about myself and where my mother came from. She is now at rest with her favorite person, God.

I also turned 30. While this is a milestone in people’s life, I never thought that I would not have my mom for this occasion. But age is nothing but a number, hopefully I still got a lot of years left in me to achieve what I want. Luckily, I have a great set of friends that wants nothing but the best for me and I am forever grateful for it.

I got married. 11 years in the making, it was an emotional and joyous moment that I had a chance to celebrate with people that I love.

With all those life events happening, it forces you to take a deeper look into yourself and what you have done and what you want next. I am still not satisfied but this year has thought me why – I run by the principle of centrifugal inertia. If you do not know this concept, in a nutshell, the faster the body goes, the more stable it is. I need projects and objectives to move forward, I just cannot get by and live life like many others do. Accomplishments mean too much to me.

With this, some changes will happen in the next few weeks along with exciting new projects. 

The 10K goes on.

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