Today is the first of May, aka May Day or the International Day of the Worker, so to all of us who work, a day to rest and relax. And for us in Singapore, we’re halfway through the long weekend, one that everyone was waiting for, especially GG. This is the first long weekend since her internship started, so she is enjoying her long weekend.
At the end of April, I am still in the state of Assam, on the outskirts of its capital Guwahati. The last couple of months have been a bit slow, but I hope I can catch up in May. I have also been reading a fair amount, but I missed my non-fiction for the month so this means I need to read two in May. I have reached about 30% of my annual target, which is still short by three books. So that’s what I plan to do this month.
R will be back tomorrow after more than two months and we missed her. But we know that she will leave us sooner than later, but hopefully, we will be able to meet her once in a while.
Today’s quote is from Steven Furtick who reminds us that we struggle with insecurity because we compare ourselves with others, especially what they showcase and we compare our daily mundane lives to that. So remember this, all that you see is not the truth.
That’s all for this week. Take care and stay safe!