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One of Those Moments

It’s been a long time since I’ve done this (write a post here) so, you know, please be patient while I get back into the swing of things.  This evening I had one of those moments – those ones when … Continue reading

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On Saying Little and Thinking Much

Just lately I have been thinking about how I have a lot to say.  Or at least I think I have a lot to say, which is a different animal all together.  But where to say it?  Then I remembered … Continue reading

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Celebrate Death? No, no, and no.

Last night I watched the news until far later than I intended, watching the talking heads talk about the big news – the end of Osama bin Laden.  As the evening wore on I watched as the crowds gathered at … Continue reading

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On Turning 40

My birthday was last Tuesday; I am 40.  So far, it’s been a great decade – all 6 days of it.  Birthday dinners, big blow-out party (with nacho bar!), cake, candles, pinata, presents, new hair cut, lots of nice cheeses … Continue reading

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Strength, Weakness, and Damage or Why I Disagree With Nietzsche

Any of us who has suffered, either physically or psychologically or emotionally or in any other way, has most likely heard the Nietzsche quote that has become an inspiring platitude: “That which does not kill you makes you stronger.”  And … Continue reading

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