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memento mori

“What endures is not, in fact, stuff. Nothing endures. Nothing is permanent. All of this ... it’s not here for that long. Or any of us ... we’re not here for that long.” I heard that 13 years ag…
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no ragrets

“I think I’ll look back in 10 years and say, 'You should have done more and better work. And, you should have enjoyed your life more.'” Andrew McAfee | 1967 - American research scientist That…
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how to keep moving forward

As we look forward to the good and not-so-good experiences we'll all have in 2022, here's a helpful way to look at those experiences that can help us to keep moving forward. If you and your team…
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addicted

“Life has meaning only in the struggle. Triumph or defeat is in the hands of the gods. So let us celebrate the struggle.” Swahili War Song I wrote that down in a notebook more than 25 years…
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blood fast

Needed some blood work. On the sign-in sheet, one of the questions was if I fasted for the test. I lifted my eyes from the page and asked the two people behind the counter how many hours of n…
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soup lesson

I’m in college. 1st job waiting tables. Not much of a food person at this point. The place was one of the better restaurants in town. Great specials. Homemade pasta. A nice French Onion Soup ...…
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beatlegrease

“So that's how you do it ... Elbow grease. Time. Thought. Persistence.” In the documentary ‘History of the Eagles' (only rentable at the moment), the late band member Glenn Frey shared that though…
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beautiful time

Family Thanksgiving was in New York City this year (Brooklyn). My wife and I stayed in a hotel near the New York Public Library (Manhattan - where you'll see 212 in every phone number). Check…
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keeping christmas

The 3-minute read or listen below was originally published in 1905 by Charles Scribner's Sons. Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, it's an inspiring reminder to make that holiday sp…
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