Inspiring stories

When it’s over! When it’s done! When the Beat Cease to Play…

Reading Frank’s inspiring post about Ian’s drum lesson got me all worked up. I have a habit of compartmentalizing segments of my life. This gives me access to tunnel focus. On the other hand, it occasionally causes me to overlook the little things. Much like Ian, I find areas that I’m passionate about and get […]

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Tired All The Time?

My mind is so completely full of plans, visions, hopes and dreams that the very thought of all I have to do makes smoke come out of my ears. The vital bodily organ that is supposed to help me make rational decisions is overworked and exhausted. My brain, if it was a person, would be […]

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Playing The Drum Beats of Life

Ian, my six year old son, is learning to play the drums. It is an instrument that has always mesmerized him and captured his attention anytime he hears them played. When I first noticed his interest I assumed, like most boys, he liked them because they make a lot of noise. It wasn’t until I […]

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You Can’t Hide Forever

In 2001 one of the most horrifying terrorist attacks that took place on American soil was permanently etched into the minds of the people who witnessed and experienced it. There are no words that I could use to explain the pain, anger, or tragic memories that the people who lost loved ones experienced. In the […]

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The Limitations of Knowledge

I Not Only Use All The Brains That I Have,  but all that I can borrow. –Woodrow Wilson I want to take the time in this session to talk about the significance of having knowledge and how knowledge can assist -or- distract you. Here are the details. For lack of a better term, knowledge is […]

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