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A Day in the Life: Knowledge, Possibility and a Little Honey

I’ve written sporadically about my life transformation back in 2001 and the lessons I’ve learned. Today, I’m reminded about what we call knowledge, i.e., what we think we know vs all there is to know. The two things are vastly … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: The Universe at Work

It’s amazing how quickly you can get divorced when there’s nothing to fight over. You call your attorney in the morning and make an appointment. The next day, you go to his office and file for divorce. Two months later, … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Daily Drama Mama

Not long after your visit to the internist, you return to the gynecologist for your annual checkup. Nothing has changed, except that you are so angry with your surgeon that it’s making you sick. After your exam, when you have … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: “Why me?”

WARNING: Graphic content and unbridled misery. This post is not for the faint of heart, nor those offended by use of anatomically correct terminology. A year has passed since your botched surgery. Although you are “healed” in the sense that … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Damn those potholes!

It’s been a difficult summer. Your kids go with their father, your ex, every other weekend. Your heart breaks each time you watch them climb into his car with their little backpacks. You wish they didn’t have to go, but … Continue reading

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