Category Archives: social

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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Personal Branding

  Personal branding is not for me.  Definitely not.  Why do I say that? you ask. For one, I refuse to be branded.  As long as I am alive, I am free to reinvent myself.  Some would argue otherwise.  After all, … Continue reading

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Tell It Like It Really Is?

Tell it like it really is.  Sounds simple and straight forward, right? Not so, not here in Washington DC.  The response one will get most likely is a chuckle, a grunt, or “Say what?  Are you crazy? Nobody does that.”  … Continue reading

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Week In Review 8 Apr 2018

Yes it is April in Washington DC, and we are still getting snow flurries on occasions. Go figures. Isn’t it supposed to be Spring already? Good thing that I am not cherry blossom nor putting all my hopes on the … 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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Week In Review – 25 Mar 2018

Still easing back this week from my recent trip to Hawaii. The transition has taken me longer and more adjustment than anticipated.  Perhaps instead of getting more used to the cold, I am becoming the opposite.  A case of misplaced belonging. According to calendar, … Continue reading

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Reuse Me Please

While in Oahu, Hawaii, I noticed a label on the bottom of the plastic shopping bag (pictured above).  It reads, among other things: made of 80%+ post consumer recycled material designed for at least 125 uses included instructions for clean … Continue reading

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Just Say No, Not

Saying no is easy when the recipient is someone else.   Why bother to make an effort, take a risk, or lift a finger to help someone?  It’s more work for us.  Isn’t it?   This is how I feel on my … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 11 Mar 2018

It has been a transition week as I returned home from my travel.  Overall a fruitful and productive trip. In five weeks time, I have seen what people do for a living, where they choose to live, and what they … Continue reading

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Tools

Human has been inventing  tools for a long time.  Like millions of years.  The purpose has remained the same over time – using tools to make our life easier. Wheels, engines, paper are examples of these tools. Tools help us to … Continue reading

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