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  • It took John couple weeks to get used to the pond instead of the ocean. He kept tasting water and looking at me. As if to ask why the water is not salty. He is such an amazing friend. We had a great day hiking through the forest, running in the mud along the rice fields and swimming with the fish. Happy Sunday, everyone. (at new paradise for john the dog )

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  • It has been nearly a month since John left Samui island. He is living with my parents in the country with endless amount of land to explore, 5 different ponds, mountains, rice fields, forests, and 2 sweet puppy friends. He extremely flexible and well adjusted to his big changes in life as a strayed island dog. I can learn a lot from john on how he handled difficult changes effortlessly with courage. Thank you to Brad, Caitlin, Guya, and my parents for their contribution for his plane ticket and the crate. He is one happy guy! 💚 (at new paradise for john the dog )

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  • Can’t stay away from the beach too long. Also reflecting on mindfulness practice and how it helps me to be joyous in everyday life. The Buddha was more like a therapist than the founder of a religion. He saw, from his own experience, that self-awareness makes self-control possible. If we want to change what we become, the Buddha taught, we have to change the way we think. A disciplined mind is the road to be free from mental anguish and toxicity. Happy Friday, lovelies!

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  • John the beach dog and I are saying goodbye to our island life on Koh Samui. I learned a lot that home isn’t about a location. It is about where you are seen,heard and accepted as you are. Paradise lies within your own heart. Even the beautiful blue sea and the white sandy beaches can’t cure suffering and daily life challenges. Thank you Samui for being one incredible teacher. Bye bye for now.

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