Monthly Archives: July 2010

You Can Change the World

We live in the culture of “whatever you can get away with.” It thrives all around us and permeates every aspect of life in the vast majority of households in the USA. People who do not think this way still … Continue reading

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Courtesy Is Becoming Extinct

Whatever happened to common courtesy? When did it become okay to worry more about ME than about my neighbor? I’m not sure when this realization began to creep into my consciousness but lately it seems like the evidence is all … Continue reading

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Choices In Life

I was having a conversation the other day with my son, he was a little unhappy because he was probably not going to be able to see his cousin while he is in town since he is a CIT at … Continue reading

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Should Public Figures Be Held Accountable?

Yesterday I had a conversation with a coworker about the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky affair and whether or not he should have been kicked out of office for his indiscretion or not and I’ll be honest, at the end of the … Continue reading

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The Empty & Idle Mind Society

At the beginning of the record breaking recording by Earl Nightingale “The Strangest Secret” he relates Albert Schweitzer’s response when asked, “What is wrong with men today?” His reply, “Men simply don’t think,” is a caveat for our times.

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