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Countdown To The Big RaceErie MarathonSeptember 8th, 20194 months to go.
“Retirement agrees with you,” an ex-coworker complimented me at a recent event, another retirement ceremony that I was attending. Her remarks was candid and revealing to me. I supposed it shows that we wear our disposition on our sleeve. Plain … Continue reading
Courage is the fortitude to press on in spite of the fear (not in absence of it) – from part 1. Besides what’s seeing in the movies, who would not want to be courageous? But the courage-fear dilemma has us … Continue reading
The new 116th Congress has only been in session less than three months. But some of the freshmen class are already making news lately. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilham Omar, and Rashida Tlaib are three names come to mind lately. I would … Continue reading
Who is there talking behind my back? Nobody, except my negative self hacks. Why do they pop-up in the worst of times? Guarantee that it SHALT happen every time. What can I do to make them less so? Pause, Acknowledge, … Continue reading
My week started with a unusually warm weather on Monday. Followed by my visit to the city of New Orleans. A nice break from the Old Man Winter altogether. The only thing is the city’s reputation being the Big Easy, guaranteed my … Continue reading
Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way. ~Viktor Frankl Critical thinking means staying objective and thinking critically, … Continue reading