Monthly Archives: January 2017

“They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were seeds.” —Dinos Christianopoulos, often attributed as a Mexican Proverb

There is some conflicting attribution to this marvelous saying, but regardless, I post this in hopes of replies…WHAT DOES THIS SAY TO YOU? For me, resilience. We’ve all seen green shoots sprouting through concrete, testimonial to the clarity of purpose, … Continue reading

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I recommend this before your 50th birthday

I just endured my third colonoscopy today…since turning 40.  I started this periodic diagnostic voyage to my bowels earlier than most, due to a family history of cancer that attacked colons first. My father passed at 53, his father not even 47. I … Continue reading

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an·tic·i·pa·tion anˌtisəˈpāSH(ə)n/

1965 pro football “Bonus Baby” Joe Willie Namath eventually contracted a ghost-written autobiography titled, “I Can’t Wait Until Tomorrow … ‘Cause I Get Better-Looking Every Day,”which speaks to my overall application of the noun, ANTICIPATION. Much more than the Carly … Continue reading

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