• The one big lesson that COVID-19 has taught, was to take our first inconvenient pause.  COVID-19 forced the entire world to literally come to a screeching halt and take a pause.  For many, this pause was n

  • It’s fascinating how Valentine’s Day has taken on such a commercial nature over the past decade.  For some it’s become an exciting day where they are able to connect and show/receive love from their partne

  • As this 2020-year has flown by, it’s truly fascinating how a thing that is invisible and undetectable to the naked eye has created such major shifts in social, economical, mental, emotional, physical, and s

  • Being in this COVID-19 experience now for the past eight months, and moving into the ninth, we as a local, national, and global society are moving into unprecedented times.  The constant censoring of

  • As we enter the fall season, a lot of things have been happening that make me go hmmmm… For instance, the fact that certain websites that express a different perspective than the current narrative about how d

  • The red or blue pill, which one do you choose to take.  If you don’t know about this meme, it was from a scene in the blockbuster hit, The Matrix, in 1999 starring Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne.  Mor

  • Here we are in the second lockdown of Honolulu for supposedly two weeks.  Forgive me for being more than skeptical about this time frame, but the April lockdown was extended into May and then June.  Let’s cal

  • With the recent spike of coronavirus cases, as society started opening back up, has local governments once again threatening and following through with the enforcement of face masks, closing down of bars, and

  • For the past month, my eyes have been dry and irritated with the constant to wipe my eyes.  Some moments have been worse than others, and knowing that your body constantly gives you signals to something that

  • The one thing that this coronavirus experience has taught me is to really examine what is being told, what is being mandated, and the reasons for certain actions and/or non-actions to take.  Back in March,

  • You are a product of your past experiences.  Don’t let your past dictate how you choose to live your life today.  Your ability to make choices is a power available to you at all times.

    Freedom of choice is

  • It’s amazing how the term that is so pervasive right now, and is determined as the method to prevent the spread of COVID-19, along with washing your hands thoroughly, and not touching your face. Saying the t

  • This term is most applicable to what is currently going on in the world and the state of affairs with the uprising of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  It’s truly amazing how a microscopic entity can create such ma

  • A concept expressed by Robert Frost in his poem, The Road Not Taken, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”

    The fact is, each and e

  • Entering into a new decade evokes the energy of starting afresh and anew.  The numbers 2020 appear familiar due to the popular show “20/20” that started back in 1978, that provided insightful interviews with

  • The old saying, “Take time to smell the roses,” is so applicable right now as the holiday season is here. I am amazed at how the commercial energetic juggernaut has almost made Thanksgiving irrelevant, with

  • Lately I have been observing a lot of unexpected shifts happening in people’s lives; some good and some not so good.  With the year 2019 winding down, things appear to be accelerating rather than de

  • I recently watched the movie, Dark Phoenix, a Marvel movie about a mutant woman that experiences a surge of energy that activates all of her cells and brings up painful memories from her past that were

  • I have been noticing an increased trend in violence, people feeling on the rails, and challenges that are aplenty. There are multitudes of people, exasperated, throwing their hands up and asking to just catch

  • Old habituated patterns control the way you deal with your current life experiences. Many times it is unconscious and you don’t give it a second thought, until you begin to experience difficulties associated w

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