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Week In Review – 23 May 2021

Temperatures are hitting the 90’s.  A feel of summer, albeit premature, coupled with the low pitch humming of the cicada chorus makes it a perfect combination for siesta.  In spite of this nature’s composition, we human, intentionally or not, inject … Continue reading

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Be Well

  Be well my friend.  It’s mid April, and a Friday on top. Take a break from the news of police violence, racial injustice, or Coronavirus. Leave the noises at the door. And use the time to reset your souls, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 11 Apr 2021

How does one build trust?  Answer: one case at a time.  Simple as that may sound, real world application seems harder. Why so? You ask.  One, human relations are tricky, and it is further complicated by overabundant media channels.  It is … Continue reading

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Relativity Of Time

  For some reasons I keep on thinking today is Sunday (it’s actually Tuesday).  Maybe it has to do with the recent trip I took that I am still recovering from, or the blistering cold that is keeping me hibernating … Continue reading

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Out This Moment

  Often the phrase “in this moment” denotes engagement, mindfulness, or presence. An ideal state many strive to achieve.  Today is just the opposite for me. I have been “Out” this moment.  All day. It started with getting out of … Continue reading

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9/11 – 19 Years Later

  Nineteen years in no way measures up to the feelings of the 9/11. Nineteen years gone by deceptively, but the feelings linger. The feelings still tender, raw, and jarring. But to the eighteen year old and younger, it’s only … Continue reading

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Staying Lockdown?

  Heard in the news today that my locality will remain in lockdown.  The logical next question is till when?  And the official answer from the government is: until a 14-day downward trend in the number of COVID-19 cases. Understandably … Continue reading

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Post Running Chill

  My Saturday runs are longer in distance and duration.  Which means I am exposed in the weather element to a greater extent.  In warmer months, my skin tan is a dead giveaway.  But in the cooler moths, an interesting … Continue reading

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Better Sleep! Better Sleep?

  When the body is tired enough, will the mind follow?  I am curious to find out. Ran 21 miles again today. Took us 3 hours and 42 minutes to complete. Before we started, the temperature was around freezing.  Even … Continue reading

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Letting Go Of Erie

  Almost a month, twenty-five days to be exact, has passed since my incredulous race of  2019, the Erie Marathon.  Most of physical demands from the race have faded.  A slight twinge in my right ankle lingers.  Time to say … Continue reading

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