Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them - that only creates sorrow.

Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.
                                                                - Lao Tzu

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May 1, 2024


In April, I spent just a week in Nepal and didn't venture far from the capital, Kathmandu. I mostly stayed within a three-hour radius. It was a unique experience to be in such a different place from my usual surroundings, and I found solace in spending time alone and reflecting on my thoughts.
During the trip, I came to appreciate my good health, also for my friends' and families' which are the most important things to me. I realized that presently I'm not lost within myself. While my lifestyle may not be the best, it's still better than many others around the world. Visiting significant religious monuments was a cleansing experience, and I'm grateful for the moments.
As for my situation living in Hong Kong, a city that has lost its soul, it's disheartening to witness its decline. Sometimes I have to learn to turn a blind eye. Just like when I went to Nagarkot hoping to see the Himalayas, the haze (or pollution) limited my view to only to a few hundred meters. I can't possess the Himalayas; I can only admire them from afar. While I'm not fortunate enough to witness the awe, I would just appreciate them through postcards and my imagination. That's life - not always perfect. At least I have good health and a compassionate heart that motivates me to make an effort.  


Wish you all can resolve any problems encountering in life, With LOVE ❤ ,

Frank Clifford













Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights;
it is a change that goes on,
deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.

Miriam Beard

I love traveling, as I want to understand the whole world, the history (the rises and falls of empires), the people (humanity and morality), the culture (arts, food, lifestyles...) ... But most importantly, from the sight of diversity, I discover my stance in this world.


By the age 28, I have been to around 36 countries, lived in 3 major continents. Somehow, an inner voice told me "enough is enough". My travelling life style shall come to a change.


I hope you all find aspiration, hobbies and interest in life.