Monthly Archives: March 2009

Intellect vs. Passion

Passion is an interesting concept, I believe. I think most of us tend to relegate passion to the realm of emotions, which may be true, but emotions come from the heart and heart is vital to life. Passion is underrated. … Continue reading

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Debt, Slavery and Freedom

I’m probably going to offend at least some of you in this post. I never set out to intentionally make anyone angry, but I plan to be brutally honest about something that I believe is a huge problem in America and … Continue reading

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So, Who Needs This?

Everyone has a lot on their minds these days, it seems. Of course, there’s a lot to think about. America’s economy, even the world’s economy, is going through some pretty interesting times. Many, many people are losing their jobs as … Continue reading

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Free to Feel, Even if it’s Bad

Over the past year, I have spent a good deal of time getting back in touch with my heart.  Here’s what happened –  I woke up one day and realized that I was completely shut down for the most part, and … Continue reading

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Freedom, Rhythm and DST

This year as we approached the annual “spring forward” weekend when most of the country sets its clocks forward one hour, I saw the statistic that heart attacks increase slightly nationwide during the first week after the time change. In the … Continue reading

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Security, or the Unknown?

When I was young, I knew how to take chances, even though I was raised by a fearful Mom who worried about almost everything. In spite of that, I was pretty much always living on the edge. By the time … Continue reading

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