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Honoring the Innate

Everyone has their talent(s). It can take a while to discover them. The “Grand-dog”, Hobbit, was here for a visit. I called her in from the yard so I could remove her electric fence collar, affix a leash and go … Continue reading

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A Dead Fly Is The Best Ant Trap

The cycle of life is sometimes rampant. A month ago, an awful smell emanated from the crawl space under my house into my office. Past experience told me it was a dead animal, and it would take seven to ten … Continue reading

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Pivotal Moments

Pivotal moments are those which change our feelings, our thinking, our choices, our pathways in life. People can provide them, or experiences. Think back. Who or what was pivotal in your life? As a child, one person was my only … Continue reading

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The Insidious Internet

The Insidious Internet “The Virologist”, an article by Andrew Marantz in The New Yorker magazine (January 5, 2015) about Emerson Spartz and memes highlights an insidious danger within the internet. It seems that if you and I search on our … Continue reading

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BEING A BELLWETHER

*A bellwether is any entity in a given arena that serves to create or influence trends or to presage future happenings.  (Wikipedia) In high school, I wrote a paper implicating Darwin’s theory of evolution in Dickens’ comments on contemporary society. … Continue reading

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