I received this email message today from a friend and business partner. It quotes an article by Tim Sales, an entrepreneur and business person. If you have anything to do with supplements, herbal products, dietary products, or things related to natural healing or health and wellness, this is important to you. If you don’t have […]
Even if I get to the top of the ‘Top Commentator’ list in your sidebar, I’m not a ‘top commentator’. I’m a top commenter. I don’t discuss news, sports events, weather and the like on your blog, and I don’t make commentaries. I write comments. I’m a commenter.
…or where it shouldn’t be. The attention should be on the absence of the kind of stupidity I described in Where’s The Outrage, not on the pervasiveness of it, because that kind of attention merely prolongs the situation. I know this, and that’s one of the things that I need to improve in my own […]
“Rome wasn’t built in a day,” the old saying goes. “Stop and smell the roses,” says another one. All the time, everywhere I go, all the people I see, everyone seems to be in a hurry–me included. Hurry up, hurry up. Get there, do your thing, and hurry on to the next thing. Rush rush […]
It’s always a challenge for me to live now. To enjoy what’s here. It seems I’m always looking ahead to later. Christine Kane reminded me in Why Your Ego Loves Airline Delay (unintentionally, I’m sure, but who knows?) to do what Mac Davis advised so many years ago: stop and smell the roses along the […]