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Letting Go Of What Doesn’t Serve

  For the past two and a half months, I have been practicing daily yoga.  And a simple yet profound reminder I discover from my practices is the saying of “letting go of what does not serve.” What does not … Continue reading

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Painting With Words

  Painter uses a brush, and writer employees a pen.  Both are sharing a story just their mediums are different.  But their creative processes are more similar than what the end products appear – book versus painting. Perhaps because I … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 May 2020

In the COVID-19 pandemic saga, the US is doing better in terms of mortality rate (5.9% per confirmed case) than most European countries.  We however take the lead in terms of the total numbers.  That is total confirmed cases, deaths, … Continue reading

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Thanks For Being Me

  Who am I?  What value do I hold? What am I good at?  These kinds of questions used to give me the willies.  They compelled me to search for answers that implicitly meeting someone else’s expectations.  Scenarios like on … Continue reading

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Discovering Needs Through Data

  Loyalty programs such as the frequent flyer, shopper, or [filling the blank] are set up to collect customer data. What is the purpose of such data? Generally, it’s to generate more profit for the business. Pretty straight forward, right? … Continue reading

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The Future

  Fortune teller, I am not.  Nor am I an economist. But I am sensing a rough road ahead from this COVID-19 outbreak, and the subsequent recession it caused. Allow me to elaborate. Fortune.com article shares a grim story with … Continue reading

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A Case For Social Distancing

I like the term social distancing. It sounds more friendly and less ominous than the other terms such as separation, quarantine, isolation, etc. Especially used in the context of  confronting the COVID-19 pandemic, I believe social distancing suits our values. … Continue reading

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This Finite Life Of Ours

  We all know that life is finite.   Yoga has this saying that we were born with so many breaths in us.  If so, when is our last breath? While don’t know if the end is near, I want to … Continue reading

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The Glass Is Half Full

  Nothing is as absolute as it seems. Neither ecstasy nor misery.  Chances are it’s our emotion that amplifies what we sense.  And that amplification could result in an undesired outcome triggered by our emotional hijacking.  Road rage, suicide, and … Continue reading

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Running As A Hobby

  Yes, indeed.  Running is a hobby for me, along with yoga and meditation.  On days when I get to do all three (i.e. running, yoga, and meditation), I am a happy camper – it’s an excellent day for me.  … Continue reading

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