Category Archives: value

Week In Review – 24 May 2020

It’s Memorial Day weekend.  Thinking of those who have fallen serving the country on this holiday, it’s not lost on me that more Americans have been killed by the coronavirus in last three months than the Vietnam War, Gulf War, … Continue reading

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The Ugly Truth

  The US leads the world as a developed country with an advanced economy.  So they say. We are highly specialized and flushed with material goods.  The envy of the world.  That is until the COVID-19 pandemic. Peeling back the … Continue reading

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COVID-19 & Social Changes

  Social distancing reduces interactions.  It is intended to slow down the spread of the virus,  a human intervention out of necessity.  As results, schools, churches, and other venues are canceled.  In their places come social media and technologies to … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 May 2020

In the COVID-19 pandemic saga, the US is doing better in terms of mortality rate (5.9% per confirmed case) than most European countries.  We however take the lead in terms of the total numbers.  That is total confirmed cases, deaths, … Continue reading

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What I learned From COVID-19?

As devastating as the COVID-19 is, this natural disaster strikes across political, socioeconomic, gender, and racial divides. We are not prepared on some many levels, but what the outbreak exposes are telling.   Inequality of wealth in America A wide disparity … Continue reading

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Thanks For Being Me

  Who am I?  What value do I hold? What am I good at?  These kinds of questions used to give me the willies.  They compelled me to search for answers that implicitly meeting someone else’s expectations.  Scenarios like on … Continue reading

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Between Words And Numbers

  Numbers carry credibility. They are clear, easy to grasp and speak to the brain. Words on the other hand are more abstract. They convey feelings, context, and comfort the heart. Each has its advantages.  And we need both to … Continue reading

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Staying Home Rant

  As an introvert, people think I would embrace the “staying home order” with open arms.  Well, maybe for a week, or two.  But now in its third week and with no end in sight, my initial jubilation has long … Continue reading

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Social Distancing Etiquette?

  The COVID-19 pandemic has one-third of the world’s population in lockdown of some form.  This is an unprecedented governments’ attempt to slow down the spread of the virus through social distancing. One third.  Imaging that.  But social distancing is … Continue reading

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What‘s In Your Core?

  In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, interesting to see the US Navy in the news lately. First, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, a nuclear aircraft carrier, crew contracted COVID-19. Then ship’s captain got canned for pleading the crew’s case … Continue reading

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