Monthly Archives: December 2012

on Habits

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC) ancient Greek philosopher, scientist and physician Well we are about to begin a new year: 2013. That means we will be … Continue reading

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on Christmas

The last few days have been hard. We as a nation witnessed the horrific mass murder of children and teachers by a crazed madman. This is the time of year for joy and hope, magic and merriment, gifts and giving. … Continue reading

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on Boondoggles

boon·dog·gle: noun: a wasteful or impractical project or activity often involving graft; verb: to do work of little or no practical value merely to keep or look busy. (from the online Merriam-Webster dictionary) In September of 2008, the State of … Continue reading

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on Regrets

“Many of us crucify ourselves between two thieves – regret for the past and fear of the future.” Fulton Oursler (1893-1952), American playwright Have you ever done something that you regretted? Or perhaps regretted something that you did not do? … Continue reading

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on Choices

Life is about choices. We all make them. What to eat, what to buy, what to give, who to love, who to hate. Have you ever thought about how life would be if we did not have the freedom to … Continue reading

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