Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Greatest Sacrifice Fell on Those in Uniform

It is my belief, that Memorial Day is the most powerful sectarian holiday our country celebrates.  In a profound way it yearly unveils the memory of a grateful nation. We remember heroism, and much much more. Possibly the most telling … Continue reading

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Comprehending the Incomprehensible

Did you watch the Kentucky Derby? I love watching thoroughbreds run! When filmed in slow motion there is a point in their gait when all four of hooves are off the ground. A thousand pound animal that is flying, literally, … Continue reading

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A Word of Wisdom for Prince William

I think all that surrounded the royal marriage was good.  The couple clearly shares a caring relationship, appeared to be well grounded considering their privileged existence and by their bearing and demeanor seemed to genuinely enjoy the day.  Apparently, to … Continue reading

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Remembering the Families of 9/11

Upon learning of the death of Osama Bin Laden, my thoughts turned to the victims of 9/11 and their families. For those of you who have not read my book Humanity at Work: Encouraging Truth, Achievement and Spirit to Flourish … Continue reading

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