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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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A Leader – To Be Or Not To Be

  Not everyone wants to be a leader.  I for one do well in a supporting role. Giving my full support without the limelight nor the pressure suits me just fine.  I like the space so I can function more … Continue reading

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Lockdown – 1 Month And Counting

  It has been a month since the Stay-home order was issued by the local authority. Already? Not too soon? How much longer? All these emotions churn in my head on this milestone with incredible awe.  Indeed we are bearing … 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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The Great Lockdown

  The International Monetary Fund has coined the COVID-19 pandemic era that we are facing as the “The Great Lockdown” and categorized it as “the worst recession since the Great Depression, and far worse than the Global Financial Crisis.”  Which … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 12 Apr 2020

The COVID-19 saga continues. When I posted US Under Siege, the truth is that many others around the globe too.  As of today, 210 countries/ territories and over 1.8 million global citizen are infected by this pandemic.  And the numbers … Continue reading

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United States Under Siege?

  Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19), 6 Apr 2020, Source: NYTimes This week is “going to be the hardest moment for many Americans in their entire lives,” said US Surgeon General Jerome Adams, and “if we want to flatten that … 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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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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The Last Mile

  The last mile is undoubtedly the hardest part of a marathon. Body is tired, and yet one more mile to go.  The last mile.  Never mind accumulated fatigue, enduring pain, or self doubt. The last mile is a test … Continue reading

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