Monthly Archives: January 2022

Week In Review – 30 Jan 2022

Last week of January means height of winter or summer depending on which half of the hemisphere you are in.  Either case, one thing common is the uncertainty remains toward the Coronavirus which is going on its third year. People … Continue reading

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Strategy For Uncertainties

  Life is full of uncertainties. If and when we get complacent – thinking that we got things figured out – life threw us a curve ball, putting us back in our places. Coronavirus is such example. Going on its … Continue reading

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Full Engagement?

The hill looked intimidating. I avoided looking at where it crests over which was way beyond my plan. All I wanted was to give the hill a try. It had been so long since I ran a hill workout, I … Continue reading

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The World According Whom?

  In trying to understand what’s going on in the world, I take in quite a bit of the headlines on various topics. Trouble is these headlines tell a narrative that I may or may not believe. For instance, is … Continue reading

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Never Lose Hope

  The other day, I gave examples around world that are under tensions. After giving more thoughts, I want to elaborate on the conclusion from that post. Sure, each world leader is dealing with their respective challenges. Rightfully so, that … Continue reading

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What Is A Good Run?

  Obviously, what constitutes a good run varies as much as number of runners.  If you say a PR (Personal Record) is a good run,  I wouldn’t quibble with that.  But how often do we achieve PR?  Not to mention, lots … Continue reading

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Tensions Around The World

  China is trying to keep its zero-Covid strategy viable through  the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics (Opening will be in 10 days). The Chinese Communist Party wants to prove that it can win against the virus. Ukraine is trying to … Continue reading

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Week In Review 23 Jan 2022

Thich Nhat Hanh, the renowned Buddhist monk and peace activist, passed away yesterday at age of 95. Thich’s teaching has a far reaching and wide influence on the art and practice of mindfulness. I started my walking meditation exercise after … Continue reading

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Burdened

  Administrative burden is often associated with bureaucracy, as Dara Lind put it, “the amount of time and energy people waste in interacting with the government.” But, the government does not have exclusivity on it.  Large corporations are not exempt … Continue reading

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It’s Weekend Again

  Weekend has traditionally provided people a break or change of pace from the work week. A time to rest, recover, or reset from the daily grinds. Now-a-day, with digital technology, the line drawn for the  weekend has been blurred. … Continue reading

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