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  • It Feels like we are living in a Geico Commercial

    July 28th, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    For months now, life has felt like that commercial. When I first heard about the virus, like many of us in America, I wasn’t concerned. After all, it seemed unlikely that something in a city in China that I had never heard of could really impact me.

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  • Walk Forrest Walk

    July 21st, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    Walking through the neighborhood.

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  • Where Has All the Leadership Gone?

    July 7th, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    Politicians, small business owners, heads of major corporations, clergy, college presidents, the press and others in leadership roles have not positively distinguished themselves during these most difficult times.

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  • Floating in a sea of confusion

    June 30th, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    Lockdown, Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 467, a new normal, it is all making the little hair that I have left hurt. There is no way to keep up with it. From day one, this whole pandemic has left me and many others in a state of confusion.

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  • Hey, how are you?

    June 21st, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    That question is one that all of us have asked and answered tens of thousands of times. Most of the time, we simply put the response on autopilot and say things like fine or great, how about you? Lately, I’ve really been thinking about that response and how on earth I’m supposed to answer that question?

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  • I'm Sorry

    June 15th, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    During a pandemic, apparently, you have time to think and reflect.

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  • Can I really add anything of value to the conversation?

    June 10th, 2020


    Can I really add anything of value to the conversation?

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  • From an abundance of caution to an abundance of fear

    May 27th, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    Over the last 3 to 4 weeks, many schools have announced that they plan to resume on campus, in person, instruction in the Fall.

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  • I am not okay with all of this

    May 21st, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    Even though I do realize how fortunate I am, I can’t help but think about those who aren’t. I am not okay with knowing other people are hurting.

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  • Do You have Questions too?

    May 20th, 2020 by Kenneth Abrahams


    As the economy, nationwide and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, begins to reopen I have a lot of questions and I am sure that I am not alone.

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