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An American Tragedy

  The Texas Elementary School shooting on Tuesday (5/24) left 19 young students and 2 teachers dead. It is difficult for anyone to look at the victims’ pictures and not be moved. Another mass shooting, another gun violence, and all … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 24 Apr 2022

With the ongoing Ukraine war and Coronavirus pandemic, we nevertheless had a news breaking week. And thankfully, it is not all negative. For instance, the beloved Queen Elizabeth II of England had her 96th birthday on Thursday (21 April). This … Continue reading

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Might Makes Right?

  “Might makes right” may not be politically correct. But weakness, its opposite, certainly can’t make things right. If Ukraine had backed down from Putin’s invasion, we would not be in this geopolitical fight. Perhaps a revised phraseology of moral … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 20 Mar 2022

Today is the first day of Spring (in the Northern Hemisphere), and the season brings happiness and hope to many people. For one, as people venturing outdoor more, less chance for the Coronavirus to spread (fingers crossed). By extension, our … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Midterm Elections

  Today is 8 November, exactly one year from the US midterm elections in 2022. What’s the big deal of 365 days? You ask. Well, one year is a long time to wait for one’s driving or drinking privilege.  But … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 15 Aug 2021

It’s mid-August and super hot.  You may say that August is summer (in Northern Hemisphere), and that summer is supposed to be hot.  But this time is different.  What we’re facing is a climate crisis that the United Nations called … Continue reading

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The Delta-plus Variant

  According to the Washington Post, more unvaccinated Americans believe there ares more risks to their health with the vaccines than the Coronavirus itself. Hence, the so called vaccine hesitancy exits. I understand that cost-benefit calculations. But now these folks … Continue reading

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On Finding Self

  I have never left, but for whatever the reason I am looking. Am I lost, confused, or what? Maybe, just maybe that I was never present. What do you find unique about yourself?

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Reblog: Blogging Fatigue? How to Generate Fresh Topics that Will Inspire You to Write

Originally posted on The Comm Entrepreneur:
The first?Monday of each month, I dust off a favorite post from the Bennis Inc Blog archives and give you another chance to enjoy?the wit and wisdom that’s been shared. Enjoy this month’s treasure…

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Letting Go Of What Does Not Serve, Part 2

Letting go is hard with things that we have grown attached to. As a kid, I always had  a hard time saying goodbye, because I did not want to let go.  Years later, I realized that not everything is equal. … Continue reading

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