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The River Keeps Flowing

(Reposting this story from last summer, August 24th. One of my favorites.) “You cannot step into the same river twice.” — Heraclitus, in Diogenes Laertius, Lives Many years ago a river flowed slowly. It wasn’t a river that anyone cared about. … Continue reading

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Expect Nothing, Give Everything. A Story Of Friendships.

“Le vrai philosphe n’attend rien des homes, et il leur fait tout le bien don’t il est capable.” (“The true philosopher expects nothing from others and offers them the best he can give them. ” – Voltaire) — Voltaire I … Continue reading

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The Echo

“How cruelly sweet are the echoes that start, When memory plays an old tune on the heart” — Eliza Cook There are two times when a house echoes. The first time is after you buy the home. The initial step echoes as … Continue reading

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Treasure Chest Of Time

“Time has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it significance.“ — Leo Buscaglia I sat with my daughter, investing time. She is a bit behind the homework eight ball and has been trying to avoid getting stuck … Continue reading

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The River Keeps Flowing

“You cannot step into the same river twice.” — Heraclitus, in Diogenes Laertius, Lives Many years ago a river flowed slowly. It wasn’t a river that anyone cared about. It wasn’t a river that carried ships filled with cargo. It wasn’t … Continue reading

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Post-Christmas Resolution, Day 335 – Thanksgiving Everyday

“Thanksgiving was never meant to be shut up in a single day.” — Robert Caspar Linter As we finished our dinner this afternoon, I reflected on my childhood Thanksgivings. A day off school, the start of the Christmas season, and the … Continue reading

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