Monthly Archives: July 2010

Flawed by Ego

We are continually surprised with the latest news of a major politician falling from grace, or a super star being arrested. Why? Not why does this happen but rather why are we surprised. With so many people grappling for the brass … Continue reading

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Mugged

The humidity is so high today it feels not muggy but as if we’ve been mugged. Our bodies feel weak and beat on and generally bad. In the winter I have to spray saline solution in my nose to keep from having … Continue reading

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Priority

The first talk on a “Walk to Emmaus” weekend is titled “Priority.” One of the topics discussed in that talk is if you don’t consciously choose your priorities someone else will choose them for you. My problem is my priority … Continue reading

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Rain

We need today’s rain, but I crave the sunshine. My Dad was a plumber. He said if he had it to do all over he’d be in the vacation business. People need bathrooms, but they don’t like to pay for … Continue reading

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Retirement isolation

When you’re working you have contact with many people with whom you have mutual interests or at least a common cause. While it’s possible to have people in your retirement life the mutual interest and common cause is likely to diminish drastically … Continue reading

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Did you ever

Did you ever entertain the idea of amnesia as a way of getting a fresh start? You just moved to town no one knows you or what to expect from you and your new to yourself and need to invent … Continue reading

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New Idea

This probably isn’t new, rather just new to me. It’s 5:00AM an hour I’m accustomed to sleeping but I needed to organize and record these thoughts before they were forever gone. I noticed two sets of worlds that compete for … Continue reading

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