Tag Archives: emotional

Reblog: “Hope is a choice” 

Every time I read the news, I couldn’t help but get a little depressed. As Krista Tippett, host of the NPR’s On-Being, pointed out that “Journalism, the way it came down to us from the 20th century, is absolutely focused, … Continue reading

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America Is Sick

  This past weekend was one of the more subdued Fourth of July holidays I can remember.  A few firecrackers here and there marked the occasion. Most folks I know opted to stay in than venturing out to face the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 5 Jul 2020

Is the Coronavirus (or rather our response to it) stressing you out? Well, you’re not alone.  65% American believe the COVID-19 pandemic is getting worse, not better.  And this is after Mr. Trump declared it a national emergency almost four … Continue reading

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Happy Fourth of July?

  Not according to the Yahoo News/YouGov poll today. A pessimistic mood prevails across the country (62%) as we heading into the holiday. Opinions are trending worse:  65% says the COVID-19 is getting worse. 64% on race relation, 61% on … Continue reading

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No Time To Panic

  In time of darkness, when you can’t even  spot your own fingers, and all the hopes are gone, this is not the time to panic. Despite the future unknown, the solution nowhere to be found, and the walls closing … Continue reading

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Trust

  “Trust me” are two words easy to utter but difficult to achieve.  Ronald Reagan’s “trust but verify” imparts the reality and the tenuous nature of such request. Why?  Because trust is a foundational value that can make or break … Continue reading

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“To the Class of 2020”

  Summer is here.  Although the solstice on the calendar says it’s still 11 days away (on 20 June).  My 83 degree (Fahrenheit) 5 mile run this morning says I need to get up earlier to take advantage of the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 Jun 2020

The impact of the government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic has tried people’s patience. Now the Month of June, weather is getting nicer and people more antsy.  More confrontations arise. The pandemic is not the cause of all our problems … Continue reading

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Blaming Vs. Examining

  How often do we check our own emotions or motives before blaming others?  Chances are not often. Blaming is easy.  It shifts the focus from self to others. The problem is with others, surely.  Any reason not more people … Continue reading

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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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