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Too Much Of A Good Thing, Part 2

; Fellowship is good.  Merryment is good.  Love is good.  Except . . .  when there is too much. Too much fellowship creates noise and distraction.  Too muc merriment leads to overindulgence and imbalance.  And too much love brings possesiveness … Continue reading

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Just A Bunch Of Why‘s

; We are inextricably tied to our environment, and yet we are actively destroying it.  California wildfire, Brazil Amazon, plastics in the ocean, are just some of our indiscretions pop into my mind. Why do we do what we do? … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 13 Sep 2020

Labor Day marked the end of summer, schools restarting, and this year the kick-off of the final push toward the November general election.  Sadly, the coronavirus has not let up: number of people infected 29M/ 6.7M (world/US) and died 926K/198K. … Continue reading

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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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Life’s Balancing Act

; Navigating through life means a perpetual balancing of one’s foci, and by extension what to let go.  We all know we can’t control everything.  By focusing on what we want & where we want to go, we leave the … Continue reading

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WeekIn Review – 30 Aug 2020

As the August near its end, safe to say that this summer  has been unlike all others.  Instead of the usual family vacation, traveling or other fun activities, most folks are relegated to stay-at-home and wondering when will the pandemic … Continue reading

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The Lost Summer

As August winds down, the cicadas chorus is a reminder that the end of summer is drawing near.  However this is a summer without much fun.  Pools, parks, and beaches, are closed along with other leisure spaces, to prevent social … Continue reading

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A Quarantine State of Mind

When the Covid-19 hit, I was already retired and out of the workforce. In other word, staying home at will. Thus working from home was not an impact to me. In fact most of my routines remain pretty much the … 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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Things I Ignore During The Covid-19

  It is no surprise that spam, fake news, and unsolicited calls are polluting the social media. My spam filter works overtime as was. And I don’t pick up phone calls unless I recognize the numbers. Then the coronavirus hit, … Continue reading

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