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New Site Look: Redesign v1.0

The site has a new design look! The design is focused on the content & readability with centered single column display. The new design comes with large fonts, lot of white spaces, appropriate for images & content display for both the mobile & desktop viewing. The theme used in the site is Twenty Twenty default […]

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Quote Of the Day

Old age is like like living in a house that’s in increasing need of repairs. The plumbing doesn’t work right anymore. There are bats in the attic. Cracked and dusty, the windows are hard to see through, and there’s a lot of creaking and groaning in bad weather. The exterior could use a coat of […]

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Announcing: @Sixty-Seven

Hello! Families, loved Ones & Friends, I am announcing my new @ Sixty-Seven blog site. As I am entering into “working retirement” phase which Chip Conley refers as modern elders, I have been thinking about documenting, writing and sharing this stage of my life with families, loved-ones and friends. Although I develop & maintain other […]

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Marie Kondo – Japanese Decluttering Diva is Recent Sensation in US

The Japanese tidying expert Marie Kondo is known in US since 2014 when her The New York Times best seller book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up was published. In 2015, The New Yorker magazine ran a piece titled The Origin Story of Marie Kondo’s Decluttering Empire reporting how Americans were inspired from her decluttering […]

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Lourene Powell Jobs – A different Kind of Philanthropist

The Lourene Powell Jobs, wife and heir of Steve Jobs, is described in a recent The Washington Post featured article The Quest of Laurene Powell Jobs as new brand of philanthropy. The detailed featured article describes her activism and goals to reshape our society. She is the president of Emerson Collective, a her $20 billions […]

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Nepal After an Earthquake and Destruction

The April 15, 2015 earthquake in Kathmandu & Nepal, as captured by Omar Havana, a Spanish Photographer living in Kathmandu during the earthquake, has been published in Endurance, a book about Strength & Spirit of the Nepalese people.

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My General Reading List for 2017

The following is my incomplete & developing list of books (on general topics only) that I plan to read in 2017. This lists is continuously updated as I find inspiring book to include in my reading list. The Art of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It So Well by […]