Aloha

Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂

Just for fun… don’t take me too seriously.

Will eventually list aspirations and a handful of accomplishments.

I’m using this space to share my story in hope that it might inspire someone as crazy as I am to view the world a little differently, and in turn want to love her and take care of her indefinitely… unconditionally.

I have a goal of building a church, school complex in Cambodia in honor of my mom. The purpose would be to give children hope and introduce them to a new way of looking at God, the true way.

Christianity is what I claim, only due to the fact I was introduced to religion via the bible. But I believe ALL religious teachings have value and it’s place and should be shared and understood.

Currently raising + homeschooling 3 kiddos full time singly, giving my mom the life she deserves, and running a few online shops.

Just found God, again, a little over 2 years ago… which started my divorce, and inspired me to dedicate the rest of my life to spread the Lord’s message.

I’ve only completed the 8th grade (Freshman at 7 different high schools for 2.5 years) and never really worked for anyone/company for more than a couple weeks… continuously.

English is not my first language… so, please pardon my grammar.

I’m the 2nd youngest of 7 surviving children… born during the end of the Khmer genocide. My father became paralyzed due to a stroke when I was in the 3rd grade, and eventually died when I turned 16… so my mom was always the hero.

1983

My family had 2 valedictorians in HS and summa cum laude in College… if not, they placed in the top 10%. My parents were strict, and we were poor… so we “played school” at home most of the time.

We would play math games, and dictionary reading games… it was actually really fun, and I was competitive. Kind of still am… but in a much more humble way.

End up taking algebra in the 4th grade, and was engaged with computer and science… and anything working with my hands. Taught myself how to build websites at 14 by taking after school computer classes.

I wanted to be a boy for the longest time (6-early teenish). BIG Tomboy… Tried out for the basketball team, the coach suggested I joined cheerleading. I genuinely wanted to be a boy because of the freedom they had… and there were a lot more fun stuff to do like video games and just running around…

My mom didn’t allow me to hang out with boys, so I hung out with girls who always played dress up with me and would “over protect” me (I was the only Asian among my groups of friends). And because they did this, it allowed me to experience life in a much different perspective than most of my fellow Khmer refugees. I was adored by my friends & community. I was blessed… And got to see life through many different social lenses.

My mom encouraged me to be “americanized” so that she could learn and assimilate with the culture around us… Making me my family’s “ambassador”… meaning I would do the translation with teachers and outsiders etc.

Opened my first company when I was in my early 20’s, not purposely… I used to live in the “ghetto” of Philly, and fell in love with a sales guy, who was wanted by the cops at the time… he was too jealous to allow me to work (I thought that was love at the time), so we started our own companies together for a few years.

He was the reason I started valuing money… I always hustled, even as a kid… but it was all for fun and games… never understood, wanted or “needed” money… I was poor, but I never knew it, or at least I didn’t see it as a negative… Life was/is/ always will be magic for me.

1989

When I turned 27, I met my ex husband, and he was at that time teaching entrepreneurship at Harvard and MIT, and had many amazing successful start ups since in his 20s. He’s been featured in many magazines, on covers, and you’ve probably used his inventions once or many times in your life.

He took me under his wings, and I’ve learned quite a bit… he trust me enough to have a decade of hands on experiences… and place many bets on my behalf.

He started a stem cell company with a well known doctor friend, and it’s doing very well… we would watch documentaries about nano technology, that would lead to quantum physics… and I continued on to learn more about string theory.

Long story short… I believe that I can prove God is real and my husband at the time was not digging it…

All my life I’ve been using God’s energy and gifts without realizing… and have gotten EVERYTHING I’ve ever asked for… even some of the things I didn’t want, but asked for it… lol I know better now.

Made a choice to follow God’s path for me, and it’s kind of crazy and scary at the same time… it’s my first time being single since I was 17… I’ve never had to take care of myself completely before and handle everything myself.

I now take out the trash… and clean and fix toilets… I kill roaches. I’m doing it ALL.

God has plans for me. And no, he’s not some guy in the sky granting wishes. I believe all religions have benefits, and it’s separated to depreciate it’s value as a whole. I believe we’ve been lied to FOREVER. A partial truth is equivalent to a lie… and can be very dangerous.

It’s time to get rid of the middle man. Your connection with God should be direct, and learning how to do that should never cost you a dime or your soul. If you have to do it in secret, in silence, in the dark, “under the robe”… then it is NOT the work of the Lord, but of the devil. Beware, he dresses in fine clothes and speaks well.

I believe magic happens when we combine the knowledge from all religious teachings. All religions are connected… they are talking about the same exact power, but used differently. Same exact God. The devil works extra hard to ensure we don’t see this truth.

It’s not beneficial for me to engage in superficial relationships, so I appear antisocial, but I honest to God love people. I’m just so focused… and have a lot of priorities.

Imagine you can change the world? WHY wouldn’t you want to? Live your life as if you can… and just do.

do.

Aloha

I don’t know how to normal

Self proclaimed Christian hippy

Made in Cambodia

© 1980

Loyalty runs through my veins

Love is always the answer

Music + Movement = Magic

Live for truth

Believe in humanity

Still

With love & only love

Here’s to the crazy ones.

The misfits.

The rebels.

The troublemakers.

The round pegs in the square holes.

The ones who see things differently.

They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo.

You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward.

And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.

Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”