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People and Food, 3

When “Tor” began training for his first triathlon, one of his spin teachers urged him to see Doctor A (not his real initial), “a genius doctor”: Ivy League degrees, a prestigious fellowship, publications galore. 4,314 more words


Seasons of my Heart

The cold is creeping up, the leaves are turning dry, a new season has begun. The energetic summer is gone without a day’s warning and in its place is a biting chill. 60 more words


My Story of Friendship Before A Jonathan - Part 1

‘Jonathan went to find David and encouraged him to stay strong in his faith in God.’ 1 Samuel 23:16 NLT

I believe in friendship.  I would say most of us do, don’t we? 615 more words



But thus do I counsel you, my friends: distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful!
Friedrich Nietzsche


Events in life shape who we ultimately become. It can strengthen you or break you, the outcome truly up to you.

Or is it?

When there is a big chunk of your life that definitely shaped you that you can’t remember or reflect on because it immediately rejuvenates the pain, well, what do ya do with that. 44 more words


The Fun of the Free Trade Fiasco

As much as we favor free trade, and would like to see more of it with most of the advanced Asian economies, we must admit it’s been fun watching President Barack Obama’s proposed Trans Pacific Partnership… 1,010 more words


The older I grow ...

The older I grow the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom. ~ H. L. Mencken