Life for me is a series of projects that I care deeply about. Each begins with a spark of an idea which I continuously refine until it feels right. This could take anywhere from minutes to years.

I subscribe to a '1 in 10 rule': out of every ten projects, eight may fall short, one will do okay, and one will exceed expectations.

While I try to detach from outcomes, focusing only on the process as suggested by the Bhagavad Gita, I admit to faltering at times; I'm human after all.

Work doesn't define me, but I believe it can illuminate our interconnectedness and hint at something bigger than ourselves. So I try to do work that might do that.

Staying true to Ram Dass's quote, I aim not to be consumed by my ego while working.