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Finding My Posture

  One of my meditation challenges is that my lower back hurts. Apparently that is a  common discomfort for the practice.  And the cause is because my posture is off.  For one, “the knees should be lower than the hips, … Continue reading

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Don’t Run Away From Life’s Pain

  Pain is an inevitable fact of life. It is a part of our human experience and comes in many forms: growing pain, pain in giving birth, accident, ailment, loss, and list goes on. They may seem undesirable on the … Continue reading

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Making A “Positive” Difference

  When I visited this topic back in 2017, pandemic was a dictionary term for me.  Now, the Coronavirus pandemic is entering its third year.  Time to revisit this topic.  Is “making a difference” still relevant or even possible? Have … 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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On Pain Management

  Pain is an inevitable part of life. Life is full of it. Starts with birth and ends with death. And lots sprinkled in between. Not saying making pain your friend, but avoiding it is no solution either. Why not … Continue reading

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Day 4 Week 15 – Pain and Quality of Life

  Marathon Training Cross training, no running. Did a series of yoga for legs, hips, and lower back. The result is amazing, as if I had got massages for my lower body – relief of tight muscles, and associated aches … Continue reading

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Psychological Wounds 101

Psychological wounds are injuries to our mental health like rejection, criticism, and failure. They are common in our day-to-day experience but are not necessarily well handled according to Dr. Guy Winch, a licensed psychologist. Sure, as kids, we heard 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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Suffering?

Negative emotions, as described in my previous post, are any feeling which causes us to be miserable and sad.  Instead of shunning them, understanding and embracing the negative emotions enriches our life.   So here is one. What about suffering? In … Continue reading

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Trump & Alternative?

Waking up to the reality that today has been 100 days since Trump moved into the White House and yet another protest march (on Climate) downtown. Whether you cheer or jeer Trump, one thing is certain.  Trump is different. As … Continue reading

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