Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Kernel Within

  Have you noticed yourself fallen into a mechanical & routinized relationship with self and your environment? It’s easy with daily grind such as awake, work, eat, sleep then repeat cycle. We lost ourselves and our relation to the world. … Continue reading

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God Bless America!

  Is anyone having fun now-a-day? Economy, race relation, and let’s not forget Coronavirus. Not a single news worth to bring home about. Not a day goes by without sinking deeper. Hope is short but look not to Trump nor … Continue reading

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Come On! People

  Why the US could not control the coronavirus outbreak? Certainly the government’s late response to the pandemic is part of the problem. Well, guess no more. The CNN headline offers the key answer: “Large gatherings are fueling rising Covid-19 … Continue reading

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To Be Or Not To Be

  The verb “be” is simple and yet hard to do.  Be yourself, be the best, be brave, etc., we are tempted constantly by our surroundings. Simply “be” is sometime the hardest act to follow. This is where I give … Continue reading

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Old Age Is Not A Disease

  I am first to admit that my memory isn’t what it used to be.  Names of people, places, or things escape my short term memory more readily now-a-day.  I ended up resorting to writing information down to remind myself.  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Jul 2020

For the past four months or so, my time have been spent mostly at home indoor for social distancing because of the coronavirus.  As much an introvert as I am, not difficult for me to understand why some folks are … Continue reading

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Money Buys Happiness?

  Don’t believe what others said about “money can’t buy happiness.”  It sure can, if you use the money well.  Want to know how? Read on. In her article titled “how to spend money to squeeze more joy out of … Continue reading

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Clear As Mud?

  Wouldn’t it be nice when every question has an answer? And in life everything does have an answer. It just that some takes me a while to figure out. In those unfortunate situations which I called them “clear as … Continue reading

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COVID-19: US Update #3

  It has been almost two months since my last update. Bottom line upfront: we are not winning this battle against the Coronavirus, and the near term prospect does not look good. The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stability) … Continue reading

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Appreciating The Little Things

  “It’s the little things that count” as the saying goes. Whether it’s the cheerful tone in the voice, the extra bounce in the step, or other inconceivable efforts, they all add up to making a lasting impression. Recently, after … Continue reading

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