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Good News On The COVID-19 Fight

“The FDA approves a coronavirus test that can give results in 5 minutes” The headline says it all. Abbott Laboratories has developed a COVID-19 test kit that can be administered anywhere, “from hospital emergency rooms to urgent care clinics to … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 15 Mar 2020

First the status on the COVID-19:  169,354 infected, 6,500 deaths, 76,618 recovered worldwide and  3,667, 68, & 59 respectively in the US.  Still no vaccine nor cure yet. Now the disease has been declared a pandemic, notifications of the COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 8 Mar 2020

 Daylight saving time begins today.  If forgotten, you will find yourself late on things today.  By taking the advantage of daylight, we can perhaps face the COVID-19 disease smarter than what the US government has been doing. Speaking of which, … Continue reading

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Unspoken Benefits of My Blogging

  “Creating space to express how I feel” is an unspoken benefit of my blogging. Although the expressed purpose of this blog is a training journal for my marathon, I blog year round. And 20 weeks worth are focused on … Continue reading

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What Makes A Good Story?

  Everyone has stories.  And every story has similar elements: who, what, when, where, why, and how.  So what makes a story good?  A story that keeps your attention, has you sitting on edge of your seat, and lingers in … Continue reading

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Link rot

One of the more frustrating experiences for me in blogging is when clicking on a hyperlink and getting the error 404 page “Not Found” message.  It means the hyperlink is a dead or broken link.  Also called link rot. Hyperlinks … Continue reading

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Where Is The Buddha?

Here at the Running with Buddha, the reference to the “Buddha” is more symbolic than religious.  In fact, the symbolism doesn’t even have to be deep or profound. Most of  “insights” come from ordinary life events such as my running, … Continue reading

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The Feel of Autumn

Here in the Mid-Atlantic, Autumn is marked by a spectacular palette of the changing leaf colors.  The shortened daylight adds a vivid touch to the final quarter of the year.   Below is one of my favorite representations. For me the … Continue reading

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What Makes Me Happy?

Retirement makes me happy, because I get to spend time on things I wanted to do. Running makes me happy, because it keeps me healthy and free. Practicing yoga makes me happy, because the movement is good for my mind, … Continue reading

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Sharing In This Safe Space

On this little corner of the virtual space, I have blogged many thoughts.  Some passionate, some angry, as well as confused and many others. But clearly one thing is certain – I appreciate this platform which provides me the opportunity … Continue reading

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