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Wild Things!

When I’m out bicycling, most of the animals I see are either a) fenced dogs, b) roadkill, c) fast-moving birds or squirrels just trying to get out of my way, or d) un-fenced dogs, which may or may not endanger … Continue reading

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Satan Missed.

Lately I’ve been listening to the Peter Furler Band’s new album, Sun and Shield. One song in particular has grabbed my imagination. Besides the tune being so catchy and energetic that I find myself singing it while bicycling, walking, or … Continue reading

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Why Fear is Obsolete

As I promised last Monday, I’m going to pass along my take on some insights that my brother-in-law shared with the family when we were together last, just before the new year. Robert’s mind is far more orderly than mine … Continue reading

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The Fear Spiral

Dear Friends, I know, a lot of people did not enjoy the New Year as much as usual this time around. No matter how much you call each January 1 a “fresh start” or a “new opportunity,” the promise of … Continue reading

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