Inspiration

It is hot, humid and sticky in Bangkok. The weather feels like 90 degrees with 66% humidity as I go to bed tonight. I have loved taking Nquil because it means I can sleep through the rooster crowing in the morning.

I have read about the recent weather in the States, plowing, snow tires, etc. I miss snow but not that much. I think the perfect weather is 10-20 degrees C or 50-60 F. A perfect day for a ride or run.

Tonight, my French classmates gave us a viewing, their first public presentation of their documentary on the situation of the mangrove trees in Indonesia. It was moving, heartfelt and gave me hope and inspiration for the Indonesian people. I hope the film helps invoke a sense of urgency in the community to repair the damage done to the environment while reinvesting in their people/land. If you know individuals in the film industry, please message me. I would like to help pass along their documentary to gain a wider audience. It really is spectacular.

Each of my classmates has so many gifts to share. I think about myself and wonder what skills, gifts or talents do I have to give? Can I be an inspiration to others? What can I share with them and this world?

3 Comments

  1. Hi Liane,

    I am not sure if you ever have a chance to read any of the responses, as you are always on the go!  If you do, let me first thank you for the holiday/post card.  It was very thoughtful and appreciated, especially  given your time contraints.  Joan and I would have sent you a Holiday card, as we have done in the past, but I’m not sure add ressing it, ” Liane Lau – Somewhere on Planet Earth” would have worked…although it should! 

    As for your questioning what “gift” you have to offer, to share, to give others…   With all of your world-wide travels and travails,  adventures and misadventures, meditations, growth experiences, challenges…on and on.  The answer is easy.  The  greatest gift you can give others is YOU! 

    Love,

    Barry

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  2. Hi Liane,
    Was very nice to catch up your trip since we met in a bus heading to Melaka terminal. Your massage learning life sounds tough but somehow makes me want to give it a go. And I count it as an inspiration 🙂 Take care lah.

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