Category Archives: relationship

Happy Thanksgiving (2022)

This is our third Thanksgiving under the pandemic and a trying circumstance for many.  Could it be inflation, unemployment, or something else? No matter what political persuasion, religious conviction, or economic standing, relish this moment snd be thankful for what … Continue reading

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Twitter 2.0?

  After much hoopla, Elon Musk finally bought Twitter three weeks ago. As its Chief Twit, what is Musk going to do with the social media company? That’s a $44 billion dollar question. Leaving no room to imagination, Musk slashed … Continue reading

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Veterans Day 2022

  Today is Friday and in particular the Veterans Day, a federal holiday. Thanks to all those who served for us to enjoy what we have. But is that really happening or words of a token appreciation? The media seem … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 30 Oct 2022

Two late breaking news over the weekend are 1) more than 150 people died in Seoul’s Halloween crowd crush and 2) brutal attack of Paul Pelosi, husband of the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in their San Francisco home. Both … Continue reading

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Sacred Trust?

  Trust is sacred. But how much do we invest in our trust?  It may be less than you think. “That’s hogwash and not possible” you may declare. Let’s look a few examples. When riding a bus or an airplane, … Continue reading

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US & China – What Now?

  China has concluded its 20th Party Congress. President Xi Jinping, after securing his power for a historical third term, offered an olive branch to President Biden yesterday. For sake of “global stability and . . . peace” China and US … Continue reading

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Floods & Droughts

  It hit me the other day regarding floods, droughts, and other mishaps. Why are they typically called  “natural disasters”? Is that really a misnomer?  Why do I think that? Allow me to explain. To me, it is not natural … Continue reading

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A Cold European Winter?

  By now it’s expected that this winter will be a tough one for Europe. Besides battling the Covid-19 for the third year straight, Europe is getting the brunt of the pain from the war in Ukraine. Yes, we are … Continue reading

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Respecting The Elderly

  Why? A strange question to ask, you say? Not at all. American believes in individualism. We carry our own weigh and earn respect by our accomplishment, and so on. But when it comes to the elderly population, they represent a … Continue reading

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A Healthy Sense of Skepticism

  The American people traditionally are weary of their  government. This healthy sense of skepticism is in our founding, our Constitution, and our way of life. The heavy hand of the British Monarch drove the founders to fight for our … Continue reading

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