Comics

Cow in the parking lot

This comic was inspired by the book The Cow In The Parking Lot: A Zen Approach to Overcoming Anger by Leonard Scheff & Susan Edmiston.

I can honestly say that this book changed my perspective in handling my own emotions. I find myself thinking more about the consequences and following the logical approach in overcoming events that make me angry. I’m still learning but compared to how I was in the past, I feel a bit more content in approaching matters with a zen mindset.

How do you cope with events that make you angry? Would love to hear your thoughts 💭

Namaste,

-D.

Comics

An Introverted Weekend

No partying for me. Just peace and quiet, until the new weekend starts 😴

Being an introvert has its ups and downs. I remember feeling antsy and moody whenever I go to events. It takes a lot of effort for me to get out of the house and do something “social.” I really try my hardest, promise! But the siren song of books, Netflix and take out food lures me back inside my cave 😂

Some people assume that I’m too quiet for my own good. In reality, I’m pretty selective and also mindful on what I say and do. It’s the reason why I create these comics – to channel out my feelings and emotions. Some things are hard to convey verbally. But I can do so with this medium.

How do you spend your weekends? Would love to hear your thoughts.

Namaste,

-D.

Animation

The First Snowfall in NYC 2018

Snow has officially arrived today in NYC. It’s a beautiful sight. At least, for me.

I can think of wonderful memories related to the snowy weather. Having a hot cup of tea/cocoa with some pastries makes me feel warm and fuzzy.

I could care less in gaining weight with all of the food that I’m eating 😂 #plussizeforever #nodietforme

Let me know if you’re encountering snow at your area! Would love to hear your thoughts 💭

Namaste,

-D.

Comics

How are you feeling?

Us humans have an interesting way in displaying our emotions. There’s no black and white definition as to how one should feel. It always helps to talk to someone if you’re not sure how to cope. Reach out to someone – be it a trusted friend, family member, counsellor, mentor, etc.

Don’t keep your emotions bottled up. Let your voice be heard. I’m rooting for you.

Namaste,

-D.