Category Archives: relationship

Week In Review – 10 Dec 2018

First week in December and one month after my Harrisburg marathon, my post marathon activity consists of a little running, a lot more yoga, and plenty of contemplation. No doubt, I will get back to running.  It is a part of … Continue reading

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Reblog: Runners Are Weird?

We may be “weird” but are having the time of our life.  Email below from Tony Pallota of RunnersConnect.net touches so many traits that runners share. Hope you enjoy it!   Hi Terry Runners are weird. Strange. Abnormal. At least … Continue reading

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Pain Management

Pain is natural, real and a part of life.  It is a subject near and dear to me.  Not only because I run marathons, but also because pain is an unappreciated human emotion.  Running away from it does not lessen its … Continue reading

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Machine Learning?

Human beings are intelligent because we learn from and accumulate our experiences.  However, more and more, I am impressed by a different form of learning – machine learning. Just take a look at my smartphone, specifically, how intelligent it is in … Continue reading

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What Does December Bring?

December, being the last month of the year, evokes different emotions.  Not only it marks the transition from one year to another, sentimental bugs at this time of the year infect folks to shower each other with greeting cards, gifts, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 Dec 2017

Three weeks after my Harrisburg marathon, and I couldn’t have felt better.  Doing very little running as I am intentionally slow in my transition.  Slow because I want to reconnect with non-running activities such as blogging, practicing yoga, reading, and preparing … Continue reading

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My Gut Feeling

It is a funny topic, I know.  Especially when I don’t have much of a gut after the marathon three weeks ago.  The point is, I trust my gut one hundred percent, however small it may be. It wasn’t always … Continue reading

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Quality! What Quality?

If you have been around like me, chances are you heard of “Quality is Job One”  – a marketing slogan that the Ford Motor Company employed for 17 year (until 1988).  Certainly nobody would argue against quality.  The question is at … Continue reading

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In Governemnt Do We Trust? – A Survey

In spite of our laws and the explicit Constitutional protection, the U.S. government is constantly prying into our online privacy.  Under the cloak of secrecy and classified information, the risk of abuse by the government is a legitmate concern.   … Continue reading

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This Easy Life?

The nice thing about a new house or car is the newness translates to less maintenance and trouble free. Life is easy then.  That is until time marches on and eventually reveals the truth that nothing lasts forever.  Mercy. With … Continue reading

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