Monthly Archives: December 2011

Life Is an (Inspired) Argument

Inspired by How to Argue and Win Every Time, by Gerry Spence Inspiration is a beautiful thing. It helps us soar over the trifles that often get us down. Sometimes it comes in the form of a pithy quote, a … Continue reading

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Merry Creative Christmas

How was your Christmas? In spite of very limited funds, ours was awesome for many reasons. The limited gift-giving did not limit our joy. My wife and I held to spending less than $10 on each other and were both … Continue reading

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You Are Not Alone, or, The Wheelwright

You Are Not Alone, or, The Wheelwright A Story about Our Future Have you ever wondered why we are here and where this all is going? You are not alone. All you and I really want is to “arrive” and … Continue reading

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Starting with Gratitude

If you want peace, start with gratitude. If you want understanding, start with gratitude. If you want joy, start with gratitude. If you want love, start with gratitude. If you want health, start with gratitude. Gratitude eases the way out … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home

A recent visit to a favorite spot also occasioned a re-visit to “The Wizard of Oz.” There in a romantic get-away, my wife and I snuggled in bed and watched the timeless story of Dorothy and her search for a … Continue reading

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Mindsight

During this time of a drastically declining economy, more and more of us are experiencing a corresponding declining hope and sense of emotional well-being. We are strung out with a multitude of pressures to pay obligations, adapting to others’ stresses, … Continue reading

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