Tag Archives: Life

Week In Review – 17 Nov 2019

First week into the presidential impeachment hearings, and already it has me at the edge of my seat.  In part thanks to President Trump for getting into the act by live tweeting during the hearings.  No joke.  You can’t make … Continue reading

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Call Me A “Leisure Class”

  “What do you do everyday in retirement?” is a common question I get.  The curiosity is understandable. Without purpose or direction, life can be aimless and likely boring. And for many, work fills that void. It provides structure. Wake … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Nov 2019

While running, leaves are fallen on, around, and underneath me.   Signs of autumn tug hard on my reflective nerve.  Whether it’s the natural order of things or their hidden wholenss, closer examinations reveal deeper connections. Insights as such help to … Continue reading

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Paradox Of The Hidden Wholeness

Parker Palmer is right, in our culture we have a hard time holding the opposites together. We prefer the ease of either/or to the complexities of both/and. Of course, facts are better in black or white. Reasoning are easier in … Continue reading

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Preparing For Winter

  Here in the mid-Atlantic, as each day getting shorter, the night temperature dips lower as we inch closer to winter.  I check on my sesame plants in the yard.  They are my canary in the coal mine as far … Continue reading

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What’s Really Important? Part 3

Somebody should tell us,right at the start of our lives,that we are dying.Then we might live life to the limit,every minute of every day. Do it! I say.Whatever you want to do, do it now!There are only so many tomorrows. … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 2 Nov 2019

Successfully transitioned from October into November. No big deal in the normal sense of things for our day-to-day routines stay pretty constant.  Only that, November marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Noteworthy happenings this week include the US … Continue reading

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Trump Versus The Rule of Law

  William Cohen, former Secretary of Defense, Senator and member of the House is a Republican whose interview with the CNN yesterday hit home a critical point that I have come to feel about President Trump. As most of us … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaves

  Leaves are trading their places, from the branch tops to the ground. “It’s time to go,” the Autumn sun whispers, “your job is done.” Proudly bid their farewell in colors and numbers, they dance with the wind to the … Continue reading

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Holiday Shopping Blue

  With the month of November only 2 days away, my mind drifts to the dreaded holiday ritual of gift giving. You can tell I am not a fan of shopping. Let alone mingle with the crowds madly vying for … Continue reading

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