Rudolph was a treasure waiting to be discovered. Irritants become advantages in the right situation. My impatience irritates a person on my team. (It probably irritates lots of people.) I’ll call him Mr. Compassion. In a morning meeting, we decided … Continue reading
Words …even normal, daily yakkings … carry scars, culture, history, and a family lineage with them…much like people do. If one is an over thinker like I am (not a badge of honor, to be sure…like Aristotle once said, you … Continue reading
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By all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you’ll become happy; otherwise, you’ll become a philosopher. ~Socrates Socrates was married. We know that from several sources. Socrates had more than one child. That is also mentioned in several sources … Continue reading
Guest Post By Charles Cooper Our world is surrounded by mystery. We seek out limits to our knowledge when watching movies, reading dystopian books, and even as we converse with friends. The mysterious, framed the right way, compels us to … Continue reading
My 3rd grade son, Charlie, found a way to screen-cast on iOS devices. This is what he showed me. Follow instructions at your own risk. Not advocating these actions. Just impressed that he figured this out on his own. He … Continue reading
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I was blessed with a demeanor that helped me quickly create fairly strong bonds with my high school seniors. Despite my dry sense of humor, students could always tell that I cared about them whether I intended on communicating that … Continue reading