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Book Review: Sabbatical Of The Mind

Sabbatical Of The Mind:  The Journey From Anxiety To Peace, by David L. Winters [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookCrash.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] There are many ways that I can identify with this … Continue reading

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Stop Making Sense

I managed to spend a significant amount of time today chatting with a coworker of mine who has been given a job assignment that interacts with my own, and that related to a former boss of ours.  I was a … Continue reading

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La Tuta Afero

Is such a day as today productive?  It is now nearly 9:30PM as I write this and it will likely be about 10PM if not later when I finish, given the scope of what I have to accomplish.  I sit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Do What You Are

Do What You Are:  Discover The Perfect Career For You Through The Secrets Of Personality Type, by Paul D. Tieger & Barbara Barron-Tieger As is often the case with a book like this, the authors deliver a bit less than … Continue reading

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Book Review: 48 Days To The Work You Love

48 Days To The Work You Love, by Dan Miller What was it about this book precisely that gave me such a visceral dislike for its tone and the approach of its author?  Was it the constant namechecking of similar … Continue reading

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From The Rooftops I Remember There Was Snow, White Snow

I did not grow up with many memories of snow.  For the first three years of my life I lived in an area where snow is common in Western Pennsylvania, but mercifully I have almost no memories of that deeply … Continue reading

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Keys To Successful Adulting

Adulting is hard.  I want to get that out of the way because yesterday afternoon after work I went to the seminars and Bible Study that opened this year’s Northwest Family Weekend [1], and although there was not a clear … Continue reading

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Look Left, Look Right To The Moon In The Night

This morning as I went off to work in the darkness, I was able to see through the partly cloudy skies and see a glorious moon in the sky to the west, and I smiled to myself as I got … Continue reading

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A Domino Falls

One of my more intriguing tasks in the morning every day at work is to listen to the people who call in and say they will be absent or late because of unplanned or unforeseen circumstances.  It may not come … Continue reading

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The Hours That Count

Most of the time, I enter work when it is dark outside and when the place is silent, and I slip in the back entrance, deposit my lunch in the company fridge, and fill a glass of water and make … Continue reading

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