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Negative Liberty

  “Negative liberty” is a term stands for “freedom from interference by other people” per the Wikipedia.  It deals with external restrains. For example, freedom of speech, religion, and so on in the US Constitution restrain the government from interfering … Continue reading

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TLC On Our Emotions

  It is with the heart that one sees rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. ~Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince Emotions are our root impulses to act.  However, hasty action will result only in unfulfilling outcomes.  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 22 Mar 2020

With social distancing, one challenge is the outlets that people frequent are no longer available to them.  Places such as movie theaters, restaurants, churches, libraries, etc. are all closed, thanks to the COVID-19.  What can folks do to keep their … Continue reading

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We Are In For The Long Haul

  People are adaptable. At least they should when it comes to this COVID-19 pandemic. Because it is going to be here (US) for awhile according to the experts. Not in terms of days or weeks but more like months … Continue reading

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A Blessing for this day ‹ Mindfulbalance

  Today is St. Patrick’s Day. I am wearing my green t-shirt in honor of this special day.  It is a day when everyone, and I mean everyone, can be Irish for a day. Especially on today, if you have … Continue reading

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Friday Was My Happy Day

For the longest time in my work life, Fridays were my happy days.  I looked forward to Friday from the beginning to the end with escalating excitement as the hours ticked by. It was a feeling of freedom. Free from … Continue reading

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The Right Question?

(Statue of Socrates, the philosopher (469–399 BC), ancient Athenian philosopher. This is his statue, located before the Academy of Athens, Greece) Believe it or not that the right question is more important than the right answers. Nowadays with the reach … Continue reading

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Going Alone

  The danger of nationalism such as “Make America Great Again” or Brexit is this: it limits our human potential. For the success of humankind, collaboration, not isolation, is required to achieve success. Put it another way, winning at all … Continue reading

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Transparency In Government

  Given the Congress’ job is to represent the American people in overseeing the government operations, I wonder how effective it is going to perform that function post Trump’s impeachment? After-all its subpoena power has been clipped by the White … Continue reading

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Too Much Screen Time?

  My phone has a feature call “screen time.”  It tracks how much time I spent on my phone every day.  Nifty metric especially for people who are analytical and interested in that kinds of data. But the thing is … Continue reading

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