No Maybe in May

May is a fluid term often used in conversation. I “may” do this or that, “may” go here or there, “may” be still, or “may” be active. This month of May, may have a different connotation and not be fluid at all. May, may mean …

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March Forward

In the movie series, Band of Brothers, a true event from World War II is graphically related, regarding E (for Easy) Company, 2nd Battalion, 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) of the United States Army. Every time I revisit this series, I …

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A Forward Look

What makes a New Year happy? We hear and say it all the time: “Happy New Year!” Generally expressed with a huge smile, it is often a sincere wish from one person to another at the beginning of a New Year. The dictionary definition of …

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A Day In History

May is the month of my birth. This year I mark the big 7-0. The day calls for some recognition I suppose; I intend to remind my kids (often), so they don’t forget! What days in your life are marked with celebrations, evaluations, memories, future …

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Whatever Is True

When my children were still in Christian Elementary School, a scripture in the book of Philippians, in the New Testament of the Bible, became a centerpiece of learning and memorization. In the New Internationals Version (NIV) it reads: “… whatever is true, whatever is noble, …

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Focus on Balance

Take it from a highly motivated man: it’s easier than we imagine to lose balance when  we lose primary focus. Focus is what keeps true perspective intact. How much might you  appreciate this definition of focus? From Merriam-Webster: “a center of activity,  attraction, or attention; …

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