Monthly Archives: March 2014

Suffering pains

I remember being 14 years old and having strange, intense pains in my legs. Yet, there was no visible cause. So, my parents took me to the family doctor who couldn’t find anything. He told my parents to “Relax. It’s … Continue reading

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International Day of Happiness!

Did you miss the announcement that March 20th was the International Day of Happiness? I caught it on a blog that day. I’m not sure I needed to know it was designated so by the UN two years ago, because … Continue reading

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Marketing, like life, is a funny thing

I recently conferred with a marketing guru about readership of this blog. His advice: narrow down your focus. I agree that the multiple foci of this blog, namely of “the meaning of life,” “commitment to the twelve essences of life,” … Continue reading

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