Monthly Archives: December 2005

Change.

“Never underestimate your power to change yourself; never overestimate your power to change others.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

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Parents.

There is no escaping their impact. They form and guide us. No matter how different we end up, these teachings define us. For all that is great about us, we are indebted to the lectures, hugs, chats and all those … Continue reading

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Next steps.

A new year almost upon us, we can’t help but look back. I can’t keep up with all the notes, but we return to some old ones. Indeed people can leave fingerprints on our lives and somewhere we are changed. … Continue reading

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Me, quit? Never.

What is it which sets apart the high accomplishment of our heros? Is it their commitment? Their experiences? Some yet unknown gene? The food they eat? The books they read? Whatever their inspiration, their lesson is what they give. They … Continue reading

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Surprise.

This happens sometimes. You smile and you think to yourself, “this is why I do these things”. Sometimes our instincts our wrong. Other times we surprise ourselves. And even when we don’t, it feels great to believe in something or … Continue reading

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Why they matter.

“The wisdom of the wise and the experience of the ages are perpetuated by quotations.” –Benjamin Disraeli.

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Someday soon (thumbs up).

“When all this is over, I’m going down to Sam and Harry’s. I’m gonna order a big steak and I’m gonna make a list of everyone who tried to fuck with us this week.” –The American President.

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Sellouts.

There are few things I cannot forgive. This is among them.

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The World Has Turned And Left Me Here.

Weezer.

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Rejuvenation.

Some new public policy? There are many significant initiatives, but why does there seem to be growing separation in measured success? Perhaps it is warranted to take a radical departure in our approach; these measures are not making the impact … Continue reading

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