Category Archives: meditation

What Emotional Problems?

Between what we want and what we have, there is a gap.  Reasonable people work on closing that gap.  But problem arises when we get emotional.  Don’t want to get old, be lonely, and say goodbye are examples of illusive … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 4 Nov 2018

In this week, the month crossed over from October to November.  And I resolved to leave my apathy behind.  Because November is jam-packed for me with holidays, midterm elections, and other family events. Fortunately, dissatisfaction with life can be feedback for our benefit.  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 21 Oct 2018

Equilibrium is a word that evokes a sense of balance and how I would describe my week. In spite the mid-term election being only 15 days away, and the Washington air buzzing with speculations of possible outcome, I manage time … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye

Just as surely as the earth evolves around the sun, season changes and our life goes on.  Everything is good until we have to say good bye, to someone or something we love. It is human nature that we grow … Continue reading

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Where Are The Answers?

Our body holds the answers.  By studying ourselves, we learn about others.  Many people like to point to others or outward circumstances as reasons for their failures.  The level and magnitude of the complaints are incessant.  Only if they . … Continue reading

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Free To Be Me

I am free to be me. Isn’t that always the case, you ask? Yes but, allow me to explain: I am not free if I don’t know it, feel it, or realize it. Like many, I face self imprisonment.  Shackled … Continue reading

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What Makes Me Happy?

Retirement makes me happy, because I get to spend time on things I wanted to do. Running makes me happy, because it keeps me healthy and free. Practicing yoga makes me happy, because the movement is good for my mind, … Continue reading

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What Is Life?

“The way I see life is that it’s the time we’re given to interact with the world [emphasis added].”    ~ Bjarte Bakke Life are moments.  Moment of truth, joy, sadness, anger . . .   Or it could be a … Continue reading

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In Case Of Emergency

Where would I go? With hurricane Florence hitting the Mid-Atlantic, I am getting lots of alert notifications from all sources.  Sources like the governments, phone company, bank, well intended friends, etc. Being a retired government employee, I am acquainted with … Continue reading

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Erie Marathon Afterthought

It has been 48 hours since I finished the Erie Marathon on Sunday.  I am in the recovery mode. My body still harbors the memory from 2 days ago.  It’s not only psychological.  More like physiological. No question, the Erie … Continue reading

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