Underdogs Unite – Two Suggestions for Winning at Life

Mar. 31, 2022 by

I wanted St. Peter’s to go all the way. Of course, I’d never heard of the school before March Madness began. I caught their unexpected victory over Kentucky and couldn’t help but pull for the little commuter school in Jersey

Knowing When It’s Time to Rewrite Your Story

Mar. 7, 2018 by

It’s time to rewrite the story. I believe we all have our own stories to live. We live them, make our choices, deal with the consequences, and move on. But what if we could go back and change the story?

Falling without a Clue or Making Life Count – You Choose

Falling without a Clue or Making Life Count – You Choose

Jan. 27, 2017 by

Flying scares me. Yeah, I know it’s safer than driving, and a person’s more likely to die from a bee sting than a plane crash, but it still scares me. I’ve been reading Charles Duhigg’s book Smarter Faster Better, and

Choices – Starting with Politics, Ending with You

Choices – Starting with Politics, Ending with You

Nov. 3, 2016 by

The world is not as it ought to be. I’ve never brought politics into my blogging world, and that’s not really my intention today. But with my topic focused on waking up and thinking for yourself, I can’t help but

When the Choices to Risk Don’t Work Out So Well

When the Choices to Risk Don’t Work Out So Well

Jun. 11, 2015 by

It’s not that I try to fail. It’s that I choose to try.   The phone slid back onto its cradle, and I wondered why in the world I kept screwing up.   It’s the zillionth call I’ve taken where

Short Story Saturday — A Pinprick of Hope

Short Story Saturday — A Pinprick of Hope

Dec. 8, 2012 by

Henry unclenched his fists and took a deep breath. As he approached the door to the confinement cell, he could hear screaming and angry expletives interspersed with sobs. “How’s he doing?” The fifty-something guard outside of the doorway lowered his newspaper. “You

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