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On Discerning

  Chaos, however undesirable, is natural as entropy.  Instead of fighting it, work with it and channel its energy to work for you.  Whatever does not serve, simply let it go (back to nature).  This is discernment.  

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On Being Useful

  Surely, no one wants to be useless.   But how to be useful, on the other hand, is not as intuitive as it sounds. What do people want or more precisely need?  And how can one deliver the solution? Matching … Continue reading

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Me, Myself, and I

  The different roles we play in life illuminate parts of our true self.  Be it professional, parental, or personal.  Yes, one would hope some similarities or overlaps among the roles exist.  But by and large, it is the differences … Continue reading

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Effective Policing

  With policing in the limelight, lots of voices on its reform are being raised.  Emotions aside, how many people understand what policing is about?  If any area of policing is to be de-funded, what is the impact to the … Continue reading

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Meaning Of Life – Decoded

  You reap what you sow. Meaning in life depends on what individuals do.  Specifically, the consequences resulted from one’s actions over time. So when pondering on the meaning of life, good to examine one’s actions. Because: Sow a thought, … Continue reading

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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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