Monthly Archives: May 2021

In America, I Am Free

  Comes with that freedom is the responsibility to protect it. That’s what our Founders fought, scores of men and women sacrificed, and our responsibility to carry on. On this day of Remembrance. Thanks to Stephanie Shirley for the prompt.

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Week In Review – 30 May 2021

It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start of summer.  Instead of backyard cookout, the occasion is punctuated by rain, and hot-cold weather.  Which has my house air conditioning and heat cycling on and off.  Confusing as it may, one thing … Continue reading

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This Journey Of Life

  No matter how old or where you’re in the life’s journey, you have choices to make.  And that could be tough at times. The struggle we face often resides in our choices between two extremes of our emotions.  Examples … Continue reading

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Winning At All Costs?

  Senate Republicans today blocked a bill that would form an Independent bipartisan commission to investigate the 6 January assault on the Capital. Yes, the one that happened merely four months ago with 5 people died, 140 injured, and 495 … Continue reading

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Me Now Or Later

  Between Me now and me later, the difference can be stark as day and night.  And what makes that difference?  Our state of mind. The “Milkmaid and Her Pail” from the Aesop‘s Fables illustrates this point: A milkmaid went … Continue reading

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Covid-19: US Update #6

After fourteen months, the US efforts to control the Covid-19 is finally looking up. 25 states have fully vaccinated half of their adult residents 61.8% Americans have at least one dose 10 states have 70% of their adults fully vaccinated … Continue reading

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On Improving Our Attention

  Our paradigm filters out lots of stuffs. All the time, whether we realize it or not.  For instance, when the traffic light turns green we proceed without worrying about the color of car behind us, the  license plate number … Continue reading

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The Human Experience, Part 2

  In the journey of our human experience, emotional truth plays a central role in shaping and defining our understandings of life’s meanings.  In particular, the meaning of  what it means to be human? The emotional truth encompasses the ranges … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 23 May 2021

Temperatures are hitting the 90’s.  A feel of summer, albeit premature, coupled with the low pitch humming of the cicada chorus makes it a perfect combination for siesta.  In spite of this nature’s composition, we human, intentionally or not, inject … Continue reading

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Life’s Unfortunate Event

  In real life, “do-over” does not happen often, and ” I’m sorry” does not mean much.  They exist mostly in the Hollywood’s make believes.  So when I saw the headline from the CNN News, “Man has wrong leg amputated … Continue reading

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