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With the Thanksgiving behind us, people are getting ready for the holiday season. Except they get slapped on the face this week with the unwelcoming news of another new Cornoavirus variant called “Omicron.” Omicron, a Greek alphabet, is gaining notoriety … Continue reading
This morning was 32 degree Fahrenheit when I started my run, and 34 degrees after I was done with the 10 miles. Not much temperature rise, yup. And I was cold afterwards when I cooled down. But, and here … Continue reading
There is no bad time to meditate if you ask me. In the morning, afternoon, evening, or even when you are waiting for your destination, all good. Among the choices, I prefer morning, right after I wake up when … Continue reading
When was the last time that you heard your heart beat? Can’t remember? You’re not alone. Surrounded by noises inside and out, we are inundated to the point that our faithful heart is pumping to keep us alive and … Continue reading
I dislike waiting. It renders me feeling helpless. Which is the reason why I would take a longer route than be stuck in traffics. Patience is a virtue? No. I don’t think so. It is too passive and reactive … Continue reading
The sense of anxiety begins to fade, as I claim my spot in this space. Truths, lies, and feelings matter only in this context. Beyond that, any worries or fears are not my concerns. Here I am.
I sit and drift with my mind in and out. Gentle breeze from my open window soothes my body and soul carrying my thoughts to nowhere. My mind wonders carefreely, watching the moments go by no quarrel with thing … Continue reading
This morning the sky was overcast and the pavement moist. I looked around – few runners was out due the forecast of rain. So I thought what a perfect opportunity to practice running meditation along with my 8 mile … Continue reading