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I'm so proud of my younger sister Mia who is an ER doctor during this pandemic with the Coronavirus.

I'm so proud of my younger sister Mia who is an emergency room doctor specializing in emergency healthcare for children in San Francisco, California. Mia is the middle child in my family, with me as the oldest and my sister Lara, a civil engineer in Honolulu, Hawaii, as the youngest. Since Mia was in elementary school, she said she was going to grow up to be a doctor. From back then, I had a strong feeling she was going to achieve her dream. My sister is also an amazing mother of three little girls, a great soccer player who played college ball at Loyola Marymount University, and a fantastic example of determination as shown by her ability to undergo so...

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Time doesn't stop. Our friend, death is cheering us on to live a happy and fulfilling life!

I do my best to make the most of every step in my life: childhood, teens, young adult, and adulthood. I cherish every moment, every stage of my life. I try my best in everything I do: sports, community organizations, education, art, politics, law, business, and most importantly, time with my loved ones. I'm excited to learn more and provide value for others. I make time to be with my loved ones. Time doesn't stop. Our friend, death is cheering us on to live a happy and fulfilling life! ---------- Enjoy your time in the +positive masters+ universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset practices, motivational writing, and apparel with inspirational mantras and designs to boost your happiness and counter any stress,...

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If you can fully embrace the unpredictability of your death, you will truly live in the present and appreciate every moment before you now.

None of us can predict when and how we will die. If you can fully embrace the unpredictability of your death, you will truly live in the present and appreciate every moment before you now. - +positive masters+, Jon Riki Karamatsu, 1/20/2020 - On Thursday, January 17, 2020, my mom called my cell phone. Her voice was filled with elation and joy, "Mia got the job at Stanford University!" My younger sister Mia is a trauma care doctor, a partner of a group of medical doctors at California Pacific Medical Center at San Francisco, California. "Oh man, I'm so happy! I'm so happy for her! This is awesome!" My voiced cracked with joyful laughter. My mom continued, "Earlier, I heard dad cheer, 'Wohoo!'...

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The people you make an impact on will always have a part of you in them.

The people you make an impact on will always have a part of you in them. When we disappear from this world, we’ll rise again through those who survive us. Browse through the +positive masters+ universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset practices, motivational writing, and apparel with inspirational mantras and designs to boost your happiness and counter any stress, anxiety, sadness or anger that you may be facing. ❤️

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Make it a point to spend time with your loved ones.

Make it a point to spend time with your loved ones. Don't let your career or personal interests dominate your life. Set a certain day of the week or month to meet with them. If you don't hear from your loved ones, make the effort to contact them. The moment before you now is precious. This time next year will not be the same. Even when you are extremely busy, you can still dedicate some time to talk to your loved ones on the phone or on the Internet. Your future self will be grateful for all the memories you create with them. For instance, every Sunday afternoon, I get-together with my mom, dad, younger sister, bother-in-law, and baby nephew...

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