Monthly Archives: October 2021

On Changing Our Mind

  The Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “Change is the only constant in life.”  Even while you’re reading this post, time is fleeting us by. So the dynamic nature of our experience begs the questions of what about our mind? Do … Continue reading

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Waiting, Part 3

  I dislike waiting. It renders me feeling helpless. Which is the reason why I would take a longer route than be stuck in traffics. Patience is a virtue? No. I don’t think so. It is too passive and reactive … Continue reading

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Reblog: The nature of things

Originally posted on Mindfulbalance:
The nature of experience itself is change and movement, and this is why so many of us find that we’re to one degree or another being knocked off balance and losing our sense of equanimity. The…

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Transition? What Transition? Part 2

  Watching the Biden administration this past nine months, any excitement accrued from  Trump’s departure while kicking and screaming about a stolen election, has been tempered by disappointments in how the Biden’s team handled  their tasks. Without a doubt, Covid-19 … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 Oct 2021

It’s mid-October and looks like the 2021 will follow the last year as the second of the Coronavirus years.  Whether one realizes it or not, the effect of the pandemic seeps deeply into our social fabric. No one is exempted … Continue reading

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Life Under Pandemic

  Nobody asked for the Covid-19. It sorta just happened, at least that is what we know so far. The changes brought on by the pandemic caught people by surprise.  In other words, no crystal ball nor big data predicted … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaves

  One of the iconic images of Fall for me here at the Mid-Atlantic is the leaves. The Autumn foliage with its brilliant colors and the piles after piles of them fallen on the ground represent the changing season from … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Impact On Supply Chain

  Southwest Airline canceled over 2,000 flights this past weekend. And the cancellation is continuing. It was not because a strike due to pilots called in sick as rumor had it, but a genuine lack of staff resulted from the … Continue reading

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What Retirement Means To Me, Part 2

  Retirement is a new chapter.  It has allowed me to accomplish items from  my bucket list. If you don’t know what a bucket list is, let me introduce you to Lesley Carter. You can read all about her adventures.  … Continue reading

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Our Inner Child

  A purpose driven life sounds productive, but it can actually be the opposite. The assumption is that life must have a purpose.  Which misguides people into assorted of learned behaviors that veered far from our basic nature, our inner … Continue reading

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