Tag Archives: endurance

Writing As An Exercise

  ”Use-it-or-lose-it,“ everyone has heard it before. And I bear witness to that saying as absolutely true. More so as I grow older and my motivation for writing. You see, our mind trick us, thinking that we got it. Whatever … Continue reading

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Update On The US Election

  The 2020 election is over, but its result is still very much in play. Instead of a landslide victory which would make it easy, Messrs, Biden and Trump are neck-to-neck down to the finishing line. The election result, like … Continue reading

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Serving A Need

  My dentist is seventy years old.  Yes, that’s 7-0- years old and going strong.  I admire him for being at that age and still provide a service that satisfy a need (my needs for instance). When I turn 70, … Continue reading

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Fighting Covid-19 Fatigue

  Fatigue is no stranger to marathoners. The endurance sport requires participants to prepare for the long haul – 26.2 miles. It a big part of the marathon training. What about the pandemic? It feels like a marathon. How does … Continue reading

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Second Wave

  Just when people starting to think life is getting back to normal, the Coronavirus is again  flaring up in Europe after a dip in June.  The weekly cases of infection has surged and surpassed the rate in March when … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 9 Aug 2020

The coronovirus case in the US has exceeded 5 million (5,159,283) as of today.  Out of that number, about half have recovered (2,638,793) and over three percent have died (165,186).  Our infection and death numbers exceed the world’s percentages by … Continue reading

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We Have A Choice

30-year-old dies after attending ‘COVID party’ thinking virus was a ‘hoax’  We have a choice with our lives. Choose poorly, life can turn on a dime. For guidance on making wise choices, look no further than Mother Nature. Pay your … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 28 Jun 2020

After three and a half years of this administration, Mr. Trump’s divisiveness crescendos into the pandemic summer.  Like a reality television president whose climax coincides with the outbreak, we hold the front row seats. If anything, I give Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Summer

  Rumbling thunders and heavy air usher in the typical Washington summer.  Along with it, the Trump White House is ladened with growing defiance against the president from former employees and officials, and coronavirus is spreading rampant both domestically and … Continue reading

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What’s New?

  June has arrived.  It’s a new month except nothing really feels new. If anything, COVID-19, the force majeure, is causing businesses and schools to be closed. That has not changed.  Record unemployment, the greatest since Great Depression, has economy … Continue reading

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