On the Road Again

  A Satisfied Mind How many times have You heard someone say If I had his money I could do things my way But little they know That it’s so… Read More

An Untroubled Mind

In my previous post, “The Only Mistake You Make,” I wrote about judgment and learning to suspend judgment as a step toward relinquishing it.  Suspending judgment is equivalent to being… Read More

The Only Mistake You Make

In today’s increasingly complex and divisive world, making decisions appears to be more difficult than ever.  There seem to be so many shades of gray, that in order to maintain… Read More

The Order of Things

The other day, a friend of mine told me he thought there were two kinds of people in the world–the chaotic and the orderly.  He, being an orderly person, implied… Read More

Finding the Right Place

About two years ago I started a rock garden with cacti and succulents.  (The length of time from then until now is important to remember.)  The feature photo for this… Read More

What Makes Relationships Work?

I recently came across two very useful pieces of psychological research.  Admittedly, a lot of psychological studies have little relevance or practical application to everyday living, but the findings of… Read More

What Happened to Wisdom?

(Artwork the courtesy of Karla Jean Gallagher.  See more at www.missprintsandmasterpieces.com,) This past weekend we attended a large party for a friend’s 75th birthday.  It was a surprise party and about… Read More

It’s a Breeze

As far back as I can remember I have always placed my bed near a window so I could enjoy the nighttime breeze.  Even as a child, I remember insisting… Read More

Anger–Fear Disguised?

The best way to write about anger is to begin with a story.   Years ago before I retired, I was driving in the right lane on a thoroughfare in Fargo,… Read More
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