Monthly Archives: June 2022

Happiness. Fried Chicken.

To ask a human to not be human is like asking fried chicken to not contribute to heart disease. Individual humans are going to make mistakes, from misplaced feelings, faulty thinking, rash decisions and actions. When any group of humans … Continue reading

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Happiness. Everything and nothing.

Forty years ago this past Tuesday, I spent the day in a hospital with my wife of two years and a brand new baby. Fast forward to this past Tuesday (and every day this past week) and I find me … Continue reading

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Teaching Happiness

The greatest teachers are those duplicitous, conniving, manipulative individuals who do not know their self; who do not appear to have a clue. The greatest single teacher is my self. So much to learn; yet I don’t listen. Instead I … Continue reading

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Shortsighted Happiness

From pbs.org, 5/27/2022, reporting on the NRA convention in Texas last week: ‚ÄúTrump told the group that every school building should have a single point of entry, strong exterior fencing, metal detectors and hardened classroom doors and every school should … Continue reading

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