Tag Archives: Inspiration

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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WHO WILL BE THE NEXT 100,000 DEAD AMERICA?

The quiescence of COVID-19 post Summer Surge is over. New cases are starting to pick-up again as people resume life with less restrictions and caution. Both COVID-19 and Flu test combo swabs started last week. I swabbed two patients myself. … Continue reading

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Once Upon A Time In San Francisco

There was a time San Francisco is a city of welcoming smiles, positivity and endless fun. It was the perfect weekend escape and getaway. It was home away from home. So, today, there will be no COVID-19 nor hundreds of … Continue reading

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If We Could Fly, Cliff House, Lands End San Francisco

It was the year of Superblooms. I haven’t seen this part of San Francisco this magical. We walked along patches and patches of wildflowers. The cliffs were carpeted pink. It was a wonderland. Nature gave us a rare glimpse of … 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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STOP COVID-19 CHALLENGE

In four straight days, U.S. hits above 1,000 new deaths per day from COVID-19. In 30 days, that’s 30,000 deaths. By December, about 120,000 more on top of today’s 146,420 total number of COVID-19 related deaths. California, Texas and Florida … 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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Amazing Big Sur Happened

What would we do when all we have is now? Do we wait for amazing to happen ? Or we make amazing happen? Wednesday, we woke up late but the day was too beautiful to waste. So we hurriedly had … Continue reading

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Racial Shaming Inside A London Subway Train

Racism is everywhere and anyone. Fearing for her life because of the high death rate from Coronavirus in U.K., a mother of two stopped working as a Nurse for several weeks. She is afraid to get sick and die because … Continue reading

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One Day We’re Here, One Day We’re Not

If there is one important lesson the Coronavirus Pandemic has taught me is that I need to make the most of life everyday because “One day we’re here, one day we’re not.” Hiking for the first time since Stay-at-Home, I … Continue reading

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A Moment Of Silence

For 8 minutes and 46 seconds at 11:00 A.M. today, we offer a moment of silence and prayer for George Floyd as his funeral starts in Houston, Texas. We will never forget his last words, “I Can’t Breathe.”

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