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Monthly Archives: May 2017
Washington, D.C. is not known for its weather. But the month of May is definitely the bright spot here. For one, the Memorial Weekend signifies the pool openings. Warmer weather must be close. Worth a mention is the change of … Continue reading
Judgement is a two-edge sword. We use it in our daily dealings. It helps us assess situation and make decision. But, in so doing, we see the “negatives” in others. Nose too big, color too bright, too slow, not fast … Continue reading
Two weekends ago, I attended an one day meditation workshop. Sitting and meditating along with others in a large room opened my eyes to what it takes to “be still.” Before I share my experience, first a bit about the … Continue reading
Can you see clearly? By lens, I don’t mean spectacles. Allow me to explain. First, let’s try this quiz: “We are a nation of immigrants” – is that good? is that bad? or neither? The answer depends on your “lens”. … Continue reading
Family members look out for one another. Regardless if they are physically apart or together. Quality time and laughter they shared. Last a lifetime as long as they cared. So, treasure those family time that matter.
Negative emotions can be described as any feeling which causes us to be miserable and sad. They are inevitable part of human experiences. But our popular culture tends to view negative emotions as weaknesses and shy away from addressing them. I … Continue reading
Say you have figured out what is important, your big rock or whatever the metaphor may be. Keeping focus on it is however not always easy. Because what’s important often takes a tumble to the trivials of daily life. Why? … Continue reading