Tag Archives: fear

In-person Race Now?

  While the weather is getting warmer, more in-person races are happening, Covid-19 pandemic notwithstanding. Are people so raring to go back-to-normal, they are throwing caution to the wind? Case in point, this past Monday, over 25 thousand runners participated … Continue reading

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Information – A Double-Edge Sword

  In this digital world, information hold the potential to influence people and affect event outcome. Powerful tool. Thereby, there is the abundance of information, misinformation, and noises.  No shortage of them all. To wit, was the 2020 US election … Continue reading

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Why No One Takes On The Bully?

  Fear is the reason why no one takes on the bully, if they don’t have to. Let’s face it. Bullying happens not only in the school yard or playground. It also exist in  everyday life. The perpetrator could be … Continue reading

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On Challenging Ourselves

  Challenge oursleves by doing the hard stuffs may not be popular, but it is necessary. The obvious question, why bother to challenge oursleves? Isn’t life hard enough already? The answer is:  by challenging ourselves we are preparing for life. … Continue reading

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First Snow (Emergency)

,   Unbeknownst to me, the beautiful scenery from yesterday’s snow storm turned into a miserable nightmare for many. Here is what happened (or happening): Yesterday afternoon, a 6 tractor-trailer accident on the Interstate 95 south of Washington DC has … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve Muse

  Today is New Year’s eve, an holiday in the US as the New Year falls on a Saturday. People are busy getting ready for the new year. Streets are full of cars and stores full of shoppers. On the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Sep 2021

Seems like bad news occupy our attention more than anything else now-a-day. Maybe an unfortunate collateral of  being under the Coronavirus for more than 18 months. Headlines like the Covid-19 is now the deadliest epidemic this country has ever experienced … Continue reading

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The Peril Of Going Paperless

  Call me a dinosaur, but I am reluctant to go paperless when it comes to banking.  Despite the ease of use, environment friendly, convenience, or whatever the bank pitches me, I request paper.  Following story is the reason why … Continue reading

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9/11 – Twenty Years Since

  Twenty years is a long time.  But the scenes from the 9/11 attacks on the US homeland remain as vivid as yesterday.  My children were toddlers at the time. Sad to say that terrorism has morphed into a fact … Continue reading

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Fear Of Losing Control

  I love getting organized – everything in its place, squared away.  But deep down, I think it really has more to do with control.  In that,  I want to control chaos before it overtakes me.  And getting organized is … Continue reading

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