Category Archives: Attitude

Where Did They Go?

I was recently thinking about all the days that have slipped from the future through the present and are now in “the past.” On my birthday this past June my day count was 26,280. Where did all those experiences and … Continue reading

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A Full Feeling

Over this past weekend, my wife and I opened our house to a college buddy and his wife whom I have known for over fifty years. They flew into town for the celebration of another couple we know who were … Continue reading

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A Glimpse Into (Eternal) Life

While doing the things of my life (routine and worthwhile tasks) I started thinking about Eternity in Heaven.  Eternity had no beginning and will have no end.  All of time is but a tiny nugget occurring within eternity. What about … Continue reading

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Getting Past the Fear of Computers

Living in the Past What was it like to live through the Cuban Missile Crisis, Kennedy’s Assassination and other historic events. It might be of interest to learn how things were done in the past as a curiosity. Descriptions of … Continue reading

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Those Probing, Prying Medical Exams

As a very young boy I prided myself on being able to take a shot from the doctor without crying.  I thought I was better than other kids who would cry and fuss over it.  I recall thinking that I … Continue reading

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