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Spread more love and kindness

Spread more love and kindness

BY MARILYN C. ARAYATA   *   MORE people in many parts of the world are becoming anxious and depressed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Health Organizational (WHO) noted, “As the coronavirus pandemic rapidly sweeps across the world, it is inducing a considerable degree of fear, worry, and concern in the population at […]

Moving on after a loved one’s death

  BY MARILYN C. ARAYATA   *   READY or not, someone we love will leave this world one day, and we will miss him forever. Death is one of the most certain things in this life. Somehow, a lingering illness tells us that the time may be near, but a sudden death is not […]

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Criticisms to ignore or to consider

BY MARILYN C. ARAYATA   *   BIG companies, including giant food chains, encourage customers to give their feedback. Even receipts bear the statement, “Tell us what you think” – or something to that effect. Businesses acknowledge the importance of letting their customers know that their opinions are valued. This affects product and service improvement, […]

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One at a time

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One at a time

  BY MARILYN C. ARAYATA   *   IF things and situations continue to become stressful, keep calm and try to be strong. Even the strongest strands can break with constant wear and tear. Avoid a breakdown! Taking care of one’s mental health involves various factors, including having adequate rest, a complete and balanced diet, […]

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Start them young

BY MARILYN C. ARAYATA   * PLANT lovers who spend so much time taking care of plants and trees discover that even branches can be trained. They can be redirectedto the desired direction by using stakes, tying branches, and cutting branches that are not needed. A plant lover asks himself what direction or shape he […]

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Be flexible

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Be flexible

  THE new normal calls for adherence to prescribed social distancing measures in order to avoid coronavirus infection. It is what replaces the expected, usual state during and after the COVID-19-pandemic. It “encourages one to deal with current situations rather than lamenting what could have been.” Parts of the new normal are flexible work arrangements […]

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