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#23 Gratitude Mortality & Disaster – A Perspective on Healing

We live in interesting times. Our world is at a standstill. Our economy is temporarily silent, people are dying, and families everywhere are trying to make light with a single matchstick. Tough times are upon us. I say, invite the struggle. See it as a blessing. Take this time to make your mind stronger, more […]

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#22 Embracing Raindrops

There are many times where life’s everyday nuances give us important lessons. Having the ability to be in this moment with total undivided attention can be hard in our fast world, but I assure you, it’s where you find the good stuff. The kind of stuff that opens the mind, flourishes what’s in the heart, […]

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#21 How to Stay Sane During a Pandemic

What we think, how we think it, and the ensuing actions that follow, especially during times of disparity, matter. The Coronavirus is serious and all measures and recommendations given by the experts should not be taken lightly, but what I think is also serious is the perpetual onslaught of digital fear that we ingest from […]

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#20 Goodbye

The fall is here. The weather has shifted. The sun is without its normal punch which in California is welcomed on the account of the blistering heat waves of the summer. I pulled up West Oakland station, our last stop before heading to SF. My fiancé, with whom I take the BART with every day […]

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#19 – Joyfully Confused

Whether you like it or not, we are bound by each other. Emanating from the same source as the tree emerges from a single seed, so are we just a leaf of a bigger design. I’ve spent 3-4 years in solitude trying to answer the questions.. Why am I here? Who am I? What is […]

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#18 – The Microwave

In 1946 Percy Spencer invented the microwave. It was the most sought out and cutting edge invention of its time. After World War II, the microwave increasingly grew in popularity. Convenience became king as homemakers all across America could feed their families quickly.  Today, we are still feeling the effects of the microwave and it’s […]

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#17 The Ultimate Bluff

A few years ago I watched an interesting video on YouTube about the Masai tribe. They live in Eastern Africa between Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania. Three of the Masai men trailed a pride of lions. The lions trailed the zebras, antelopes and wildebeests. Moments later the hungry pride struck gold and killed a wildebeest. […]

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#16 – Is Usain Bolt really the fastest man in the world?

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#15 -Attack or Inquiry?

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#14 -When it rains