Tag Archives: faith

God’s Miracle of Second Chances

2015, 8 days after our 2 weeks Summer Road Trip in California, we left Texas that was home for 9 years and move to California to follow a dream. We left everything behind, bad memories included except 9 luggages and … Continue reading

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Choosing Joy for Christmas

The best Christmas Trees are not the ones we’ve seen on magazines, Instagram or store windows but the ones we made from scratch out of love and happiest of moments with family. This year, no more Christmas Tree lighting by … Continue reading

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Why I Skipped Halloween This Year

Every year, wife and I put up our Halloween Tree and decorate it with our scary friends. Our favorite are the Skulls and Death Keepers because they looked really frightening. Halloween Fest at Great America, Disneyland and Universal Studious were … Continue reading

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U.S. Heading Towards Third Surge COVID-19 Crash

In the next several weeks, U.S. will again surpass 100,000 new COVID-19 cases per day. and more than 1,000 new deaths per day. The tragic possibility of 2,000-3,000 Americans dying everyday from both Influenza and COVID-19 will happen peak of … Continue reading

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If We Get To Save 70,000 Lives From Coronavirus Including Our Own, Will We Wear A Mask?

Latest IHME Model projects nearly 300,000 people could die of coronavirus in the U.S. by December. Dr. Christopher Murray, Director of Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation shared the results of the cumulative studies to CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta and … Continue reading

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Between Fun and Serenity

Escape or Discover? Traveling the world, going to the beach, taking road trips, hiking nature outdoors, we all have our reasons for doing them but if narrowed down between fun and serenity, I choose serenity. I wake up sometimes overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and California

Knowing most cancelled their Summer vacation request due to Coronavirus outbreak, my boss actually asked me, “Just to confirm, are you still taking a vacation request?” My answer was a 100% sure, “Yes, I am.” Like most Californian’s, I simply … Continue reading

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Giant Lily of the Nile Superblooms in Summer

I thought I’ll never see it again, but there is was, patches of gigantic Lily of the Nile superblooms in mid Summer. I saw these rare superblooms few years ago at the peak of Spring when superblooms were magically sprouting … Continue reading

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California Tops New York As Most COVID-19 Infected State In The U.S.

Data from John Hopkin’s University now shows California tops New York as the State with the most COVID-19 infection surpassing 430,000. New York to date has 409,697 infected, most of the numbers happened during the Spring lockdown whereas California’s numbers … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Soaring Numbers, NOT A Hoax

Healthcare systems are preparing for the long months ahead on how they will deal and approach the relentless COVID-19. Research suggest New Coronavirus kills 5-10 people for every 1,000 it infects. Fatality rate varies with age and access to healthcare. … Continue reading

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Americans Versus Americans

4th of July weekend. America celebrated Independence Day. Family and friends gathered together over barbecue, drinks and fireworks, but what does this day really mean? 4th of July means differently for different people but we have one thing in common, … Continue reading

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San Francisco After The Lockdown

It wasn’t the San Francisco we remembered. It’s new. It’s changed. It looks sad but also hopeful at the same time. We stayed for a few minutes waiting for it to inspire our hearts to dream again. Before we left, … Continue reading

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