Dee enjoys helping people, and it is because of this very reason that she went to University to become a Social Worker.
There are days when she asks herself why she is in this profession, but she can't help it loving the fact that she can make a difference in someone's life.
She hopes her future will involve working with children and that her profession will continue to allow her to help make positive changes in the lives of individuals as well as making her stronger.
Dee also enjoys yoga, music, meditation, writing, reading and dance. Currently enrolled in an Indian Classical dance course, originally from the south of India, it gives her the opportunity to learn Sanskrit, which is more than a challenge.
A balance between her work and her life is obtained with early morning meditation, helping her live life to the fullest, enjoying whatever comes her way.
|"Most of what kids currently learn at school will probably be irrelevant by the time they are 40."|
|“There was not only automation but where the suggestion that humans had any control [...] was absent too.”|
|“That glazed-over look a grandma has at a Vegas slot machine is the same look Facebook chases in its users scrolling the feed.”|
|"This very internationalism that contributed to the apocalyptic disaster that ended the Bronze Age."|
|Loneliness is Not an Old Friend|
|“The use of AI assistants may dramatically accelerate and broaden what might be looked back on as a global period of cognitive decline.”|
|“It was weeks later that she was at a party and realized she'd been texting with her dead friend's bot for 30 minutes.”|
|“You can make spaceships much bigger than anything we’ve seen so far in history.”|
|“One of the major concerns with asteroid mining is, of course, getting to the asteroids.”|
|“It's unbelievable how much energy is released.”|
|Top 10 Reasons Men Are Scum|
|“You can think of quasars as lighthouses in the dark of the early universe.”|