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In Governemnt Do We Trust? – A Survey

In spite of our laws and the explicit Constitutional protection, the U.S. government is constantly prying into our online privacy.  Under the cloak of secrecy and classified information, the risk of abuse by the government is a legitmate concern.   … Continue reading

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This Easy Life?

The nice thing about a new house or car is the newness translates to less maintenance and trouble free. Life is easy then.  That is until time marches on and eventually reveals the truth that nothing lasts forever.  Mercy. With … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 12 – “Sorry” Is Unnecessary

Life is a full of surprises – whether you’re ready or not. Natural disaster, man-made event or even what’s for dinner, fate has a way of teasing us, testing us, and keeping us on our toes.  Because the unexpected can … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 9 – Hurricane Thoughts

A beautiful day here in the Mid-Atlantic.  Low humidity and pleasant temperature.  No scorching heat like some other places.  And definitely no hurricane. Having said that, the National Hurricane Center (hurricane.gov) is reporting that Hurricane Harvey, now Category 4, will … Continue reading

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Day 4 Week 8 – Counter Terrorism?

6 miles easy recovery run (delayed posting for 17 Aug 2017) Barcelona was attacked by terrorists (ISIS claimed responsibility) yesterday.  13 dead and 100+ injured.  A vehicle plowed into a crowd of people, similar to the Charlottesville, VA attack just … Continue reading

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Day 2 Week 7 – Blame

6 miles easy, 58 degree Fahrenheit. Blaming is insidious and counter productive. Why do people do it? Shifts responsibility away from self. What does blaming accomplish? Bad relationship, distrust, and hurt feeling. What this says about the person who blames … Continue reading

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Day 2 Week 5 – Net Neutrality Is About Fairness

6 mile easy recovery run, 67 – 69 degree Nice and cool this morning for my recovery run.   It was an easy pace of 11 minute mile as my connective chain from lower back, buttocks, to my legs were … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 16 Jul 2017

You see, I have been running marathon since 1999.  Saying I have been putting my heart & sole into the race is not an exaggeration.  My relationship with running marathons is beyond casual.  It is commitment. The stimulus and response I put my … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Jun 2017

Happy Father’s Day! Relationship is an ever challenging homework in this journey of life. Whenever our role shifts, so do our perspective and responsibility.  In transitioning, useful to look our relationship between the individual self and the external environment. The … Continue reading

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Why People Hurt Others?

From today’s US headlines:  GOP Congressman and 3 Others Shot At Baseball Practice,  and 4 UPS Employees Shot,  former on the East Coast and the latter the West Coast.  And who knows how many in between. What makes someone decide and … Continue reading

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