Tag Archives: COVID-19

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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COVID-19 Finger Pointing

  While the COVID-19 is plaguing the US and other countries around the world, the blame game has started. The headline reads, “Members Of WHO Vote On The Need To Investigate Global Coronavirus Response.”  137 of the 194 members to … Continue reading

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Reblog: Marathoner Hospitalized With Coronavirus | Running After COVID-19

Joshua Fiske is 46 year old, a runner (marathoner to be specific) and a doctor.  He was tested positive for COVID-19 in March.  His account of what happened to him is gripping and illustrates that the virus is no joke.  … Continue reading

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Keeping Social Distance

  COVID-19 makes strangers all of us. Refuge in place – yours, mine, and ours. No one can be trusted nor embraced. But in truth, we can’t survive alone. Yearning for that connection, but I keep my social distance. What … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 May 2020

Covid-19 disrupts our lives. Thus far this year and in the foreseeable future.  But no need to fear this pandemic. From a macro perspective, hurricane, automobile, and computer also have disrupted our lives.  But we adapt and move on, eventually. … Continue reading

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Morning Run At C&O Canal

  Mere a week ago, I ran in the temperature of 40’s (Fahrenheit).  Today in the 70’s.  The contrast could not be more telling.  A week ago, it was cold and windy (thanks to the polar vortex) with few people … Continue reading

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Staying Lockdown?

  Heard in the news today that my locality will remain in lockdown.  The logical next question is till when?  And the official answer from the government is: until a 14-day downward trend in the number of COVID-19 cases. Understandably … Continue reading

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Living Without Fear

  Living without fear is a choice.  So much in life are worth celebrating. Every day is a miracle that we are part of its creation.  Partake in this creative process is a blessing. Why let fear robs that opportunity … Continue reading

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