Category Archives: meditation

Slow Down!

  Not too often we hear words like “release, slowdown, or patience,” in our busy work environment.  Certainly not here in Washington, DC.  Unless you chanced to be in a yoga or meditation retreat, those are special circumstances. Or are … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 15 Apr 2018

In a democracy freedom of speech is a right. But “tell it like it really is” often results in complicating and obscuring the truth. Especially when the motive is strategic. Personal branding and fake news are two examples come to … Continue reading

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Friday Musings

It’s Friday afternoon.  And I used to get very excited about it. Oh yeah, because Friday afternoon is the beginning of the weekend. I say “used to” because I haven’t felt the same since I retired three plus years ago. … Continue reading

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Spring Is In The Air

Went out for a 5 mile jog this afternoon.  Temperature was in the low 50’s.  But the breeze sent a quiver down my back as I stepped outside.  Despite the sunny appearance, the temperature felt chilly and more like in … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 1 Apr 2018

Weirder than fiction.  No sooner than I posted about redirection and deception this week, Rep. Amoldei of Nevada provides an apropos real life example that I am not sure if I am grateful or mournful about it. As a U.S. Congressman, Amoldei has … Continue reading

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On Human Answer

The Nature’s answer is logical like the water cycle explainable by physics.  It makes our world ticks. And by extension, our human life and history possible. Our Human answer, on the other hand, is emotional.  Often justified with logic that is … Continue reading

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Easing Back

Reluctant as I was, I got out my warm bed and resumed my Saturday long run this morning.  Temperature was 26 degree Fahrenheit. Few runners were out on the trail in the frigid cold.  Not surprising. My run totaled nine miles.  … Continue reading

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Have & Have Not’s

Dissatisfaction comes from not having what you want.  Not enough money, friends, good fortune, or whatever.  In other words, not meeting self expectation. But how about what we have?  In dissatisfaction, the illusive crowds out the actual. Like perhaps our … Continue reading

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Listen For Real

Can you hear your heartbeats? mind chatters? Is there space in your listening? What is that voice in the back of your head? What is that image on the front of your mind? Strangers seem closer than our intimate thoughts. … Continue reading

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Meditation In Paradise

You can meditate anywhere as long as there is some privacy from external disturbance. In Oahu, Hawaii where I am visiting, the environment itself is a big distraction. It is just too nice. I am staying in the Manoa Valley. … Continue reading

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