Living by Aeipathy, Growing and Karma

Sonam Wangmo, Bhutan, award winning writer

Sonam Wangmo

Bhutan innovation entreoreneurship Innompic Games




II found it in Google. I believe it is a fate. I needed that word. As a person who loves writing, seldom I find myself tempting to read something that resonates with me. I have a habit of googling up words, beautiful words. It was that moment, when I found the word “Aeipathy”. Before knowing the meaning itself, I felt connected. I clicked for the meaning and that was it. It was a word that I wanted to know. Aeipathy – enduring and consuming passion.

I felt connected to the word. I have always believed in endurance of a passion. A passion for which requires strength and continuity. Also, I believe, if a person loves something as a passion, it should be consuming. Consuming enough that whole of your mind and heart is consumed, is engaged and used. Maybe, I already felt Aeipathy way before and I guess it came to me as the world “Aiepathy”. Though there are limited information about the word, I read it that it is a proposed new word on collin’s dictionary and is still pending.

So, living by Aeipathy, I would say would be living with my passion. Loving my passion to the extent that I offer endurance from my side and that the passion consumes me simultaneously in which I would feel the accomplishment of doing something. Diverting me away from cruel reality and comforting me in the passion of writing.


Growing – we all have been growing. Ever since birth, we have been learning to grow. Till Twenties, intentionally or unintentionally, we have been growing physically. At some point towards the journey, mentally growing could happen as well. All life has ever given us is the freedom to grow freely. After twenties, the major growth takes place in the form of non-physical growth. Our mentality tends to grow. Our heart tends to grow. I have learned growing is beautiful. So, growing myself to become a better self is what I want to live by.


Karma is beautiful and just. It is the only just thing amidst all. It hits hard. “what you sow, so shall you reap”. I am not a perfect soul but, I aspire to become one. I practice it little by little, day by day and I sense my improvement, though it is only me who does at the moment. So, for my every action, I keep karma as the leader.


It is beautiful to live by Aiepathy, Growing and Karma. I aspire to become a beautiful soul one fine day! I aspire to be proud of myself for living by those three words at the end!



Sonam Wangmo, Bhutan, award winning writer

Nurturing peace takes the patience, love and understanding because across the globe, there are no strangers but ourselves.

Sonam Wangmo

Bhutan innovation entreoreneurship Innompic Games




Sonam Wangmo is an aspiring writer. Capturing a moment through description, storing it to cherish it with the same feelings in the far future, and to reminisce is the gift that her dream job provides.




Message to the World


You can be just you, live in your pace and still live, because you are living your life and time shall click for you as well.




Living by:


Aeipathy, Growing, Karma

Inspirational Writer award winner Sonam Wangmo, Bhutan, World Innompic Games 2021




Sonam Wangmo, Bhutan, award winning writer

If you want to write a really great story, give yourself time to discover the real drive from inside.

Sonam Wangmo

Bhutan innovation entreoreneurship Innompic Games