Love, #Stopasianhate, Asian Americans, Covid, Karina Hsieh

Love, #Stopasianhate

Poet Karina Hsieh Aims To Stop Asian Hate By Generating Love

Poet Karina Hsieh Aims To Stop Asian Hate By Generating Love

6/15/2021 3:39:00 PM

Poet Karina Hsieh Aims To Stop Asian Hate By Generating Love

Poet Karina Hsieh found her purpose, spreading a message of love, on an 18-month solo backpacking trip around the world. In response to recent attacks on Asian Americans , she launched Generate Love, a t-shirt campaign donating all proceeds to bystander intervention training.

At the start of her trip, Hsieh began working on a book about her travels. But more and more frequently, she began waking up in the middle of the night to write poems. Finally, she decided to focus on poetry as a way to help others heal and love themselves more deeply. Now, she conducts poetry readings, speaks on podcasts, and runs self-love workshops in addition to engaging in other entrepreneurial endeavors such as Generate Love.

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Hsieh published a book of poetry on Valentine's Day 2020.Karina HsiehHsieh definitely faces challenges carving out her own direction without any signposts to guide her. She doesn’t have the stability that many of her contemporaries do, and she has to stay consistently self-disciplined. However, she loves waking up every day knowing that if this were her last day, she would have no regrets, as she is doing everything she can to make the world a better place and living according to her highest values—love and connection.

With the Covid-19 pandemic triggering attacks on Asian Americans, Hsieh felt called to do something to help her community. Generate Love t-shirtsrevolve around the theme, “One heart" (一心) and Love (爱), the everlasting bond that connects us all (∞),” says Hsieh. “In these difficult times, we must remember that we are one.  headtopics.com

Humankind. We are both. Human. Kind.”Hsieh encourages young people looking to tap into their life purpose to ask themselves, “What makes me come alive? What lights me up? What do I love to do in my free time?” Then, she says, “Become your own best friend. I’ve found that by spending time with myself, I’ve learned how to better listen to my intuition and heart. Block out an hour or two on your calendar to spend time doing something you enjoy, where you can quiet your mind. In the slow moments where we can just

bewe really hear ourselves and what our hearts call out for us to do in this life.”MeiMei Fox is a New York Times bestselling author, coauthor and ghostwriter of over a dozen non-fiction books and thousands of articles for publications including… Read More

MeiMei Fox is a New York Times bestselling author, coauthor and ghostwriter of over a dozen non-fiction books and thousands of articles for publications including Huffington Post, Self, Stanford magazine, and MindBodyGreen. She specializes in health, psychology, self-help and finding your life purpose. Fox graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors and distinction from Stanford University with an MA and BA in psychology. She has worked as a life coach since 2009, assisting clients in developing careers that have meaning and impact. At present, she lives in Hawaii with her twin boys and the love of her life, husband Kiran Ramchandran. Follow @MeiMeiFox

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