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The Ugly Truth

  The US leads the world as a developed country with an advanced economy.  So they say. We are highly specialized and flushed with material goods.  The envy of the world.  That is until the COVID-19 pandemic. Peeling back the … Continue reading

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Staying Lockdown?

  Heard in the news today that my locality will remain in lockdown.  The logical next question is till when?  And the official answer from the government is: until a 14-day downward trend in the number of COVID-19 cases. Understandably … Continue reading

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Living Without Fear

  Living without fear is a choice.  So much in life are worth celebrating. Every day is a miracle that we are part of its creation.  Partake in this creative process is a blessing. Why let fear robs that opportunity … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 May 2020

During this COVID-19 pandemic, clarity is rare while uncertainty is rampant. Nobody knows how it will end.  Meanwhile, bad news fill the page: economy tanking, death toll climbing, unemployment skyrocketed. The future as far as anyone can tell is gloomy. … Continue reading

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A Leader – To Be Or Not To Be

  Not everyone wants to be a leader.  I for one do well in a supporting role. Giving my full support without the limelight nor the pressure suits me just fine.  I like the space so I can function more … Continue reading

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Connections

  Build bridges not walls – connect people.  

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Humble Pie On COVID-19

  Once in a while, life comes around and knocks us flat on our ass (like the COVID-19 pandemic).  As difficult to swallow as it is,  I always believe there is room for learning in situation like this.  The alternative … Continue reading

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Thank You Mr. President

  On Thursday, during his press briefing, Mr. Trump suggested the sun, heat, and disinfectant are good to kill the coronavirus.  And I wholeheartedly agreed. As such, I ran 10 miles this morning in a beautiful and sunny weather, experiencing … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 19 Apr 2020

When it comes to the COVID-19, some are talking about “back to normal” referring to life after the pandemic.  I believe such talk is premature. Even though, antiviral and vaccine are in the work, it will take at least a … Continue reading

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Between Words And Numbers

  Numbers carry credibility. They are clear, easy to grasp and speak to the brain. Words on the other hand are more abstract. They convey feelings, context, and comfort the heart. Each has its advantages.  And we need both to … Continue reading

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