Monthly Archives: July 2021

Action Is Not Always Conscious?

  During the Tokyo Olympics, Simone Biles was struck by the “twisties” in mid-air.  She lost awareness of her body.  The muscle memory she had came to rely on during her  execution was not there.  Luckily, she landed unharmed. It … Continue reading

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Vaccine Mandate Debate

  Last week the US gained over 500K new cases of the Coronavirus, the largest increase  (a 131-percent increase compared with the week prior) in the world, according to the World Health Organization. This increase although alarming raises the question … Continue reading

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Simply Drifting

  I sit and drift with my mind in and out. Gentle breeze from my open window soothes my body and soul carrying my thoughts to nowhere. My mind wonders carefreely, watching the moments go by no quarrel with thing … Continue reading

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A Courageous Act

  When Simone Biles withdrew from her individual all-around gymnastics competition at Tokyo Olympics yesterday, it shocked the world. She is the reigning champion and an Olympic Gold Medalist. A superstar and the “face of the Games.” But her decision … Continue reading

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Waking Up From A Dream

  Waking up from one of my typical dreams could be a real trip.  That is because my “typical” dreams usually involve me in a stressful scenario, like in a work context with a task choice between a rock and … Continue reading

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Olympic Dishonesty

  It is hot & humid here in Washington DC with temperature in the low 90’s and Dew Point 71 degree Fahrenheit.  But in comparison, I feel a lot worse for the athletes competing in the Tokyo summer Olympics.  Because … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 25 Jul 2021

Covid-19 cases are on the rise again in all 50 states. Apparently the Delta variant is much more transmissible than previous cases (but not necessarily more lethal).  Majority of the new cases are from the unvaccinated.  So more folks are … Continue reading

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Bitcoin For One Dollar

  I can buy Bitcoin for as little as $1.  Yes, that is what the mobile paying service Venmo tells me. In fact, it says I can buy Bitcoin as well as Ethereum, Litecoin, or Bitcoin Cash and other cryptocurrencies  for … Continue reading

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The Olympics Is On

  Today is the opening ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, delayed a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Kudos to not only the host country Japan but also to all the athletes who have endured the pandemic on top … Continue reading

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Finding Peace

  In a rare moment, I found my mind at ease.  Not only not a worry in the world but nothing at all was on my mind. A stark contrast with my usual self especially my pre-bedtime frame of mind. … Continue reading

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