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Every Day

Every Day (Audio) Every day I aim to learn something new. Maybe it’s a fact I did not know, a process to accomplish something I had never tried before, or even something new about myself. Even polishing something I do know so I can do it better the next time… That’s me every day! Why?…

Words of Life

Words of Life I woke early, and maybe no earlier than normal…but my mind was racing…thinking about words. What would we be without words? Where would life be without the power of words? I’m not sure I can express myself this morning but I will tell you my mind has been speeding through this thought,…

What’s Your Why?

What’s Your Why? (Audio) Several thoughts have been percolating in my mind over the past week or so. I’ve researched, written, thought and even posted some of them through various means. I’ve asked anonymous questions of people close to me and considered their answers as part of this research. Strangers, however, can sometimes give the…

Take 5

Take 5: (Audio) I’m not sure it’s origin, or who uses this concept, but I believe in taking breaks in between the heavy action, or calm working moments. It’s stepping away from the puzzle of life to let your mind, eyes and attention focus elsewhere, ignoring the work you’ve been doing, and letting the subconscious…

What Does Your Life Tell About You?

What Does Your Life Tell About You? (Audio) A biography is a unique way of looking at someone’s life through a particular lens or from a unique perspective. A run of the mill biography is written by a third party that may or may not have the present or historical perspective of the subject fully…

Making Sense of Life

Making Sense of Life: (Audio) It seems we all struggle, at times, with questions such as, “Why am I here? What’s my purpose? Where am I going? Is this all there is?” We struggle because we seldom see a purpose in our lives. Our daily existence is filled with pain, sorrow, despair or pointless existence. I…

Just Over The Border

Just Over The Border: It’s been years since I’ve traveled south and crossed the border into Mexico. Goodness. Maybe even 40 years or more. But our neighbors to the north? I’ve crossed into Canada 30, 40 or 50 times. It’s hard to remember. The first time was in 1977 on a long drive from Texas…