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Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life– think of it, dream of it, live in that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other … Continue reading
Maybe it is the weather here in the Mid-Atlantic–days and days on end of gray and brown, cold and then colder temperatures and the seemingly endless parade of epic snowstorms we’ve been getting–but, lately, I’ve heard so many people around … Continue reading
When my children were young, I was very much a proponent of “positive parenting” and I attempted to use all the tricks and techniques that this approach advocates. I used gentle guidance with creatures who often acted like feral animals … Continue reading
Yes, we are approaching resolution time again, my friends. Seems hardly possible that another year has whooshed right past us but, there you have it. I certainly feel like time really does fly. I don’t, however, want to jump the … Continue reading
Last year, at the age of 44, I began learning to ski. I say “began” because, like everything, skiing is something that you don’t just learn and then do, it is an ongoing process. I ski with Jeff and his two, teenaged … Continue reading