Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Toothbrush Observation


Each and every day I come in contact with individuals who fall in the class of the ‘glass is half empty’ category. They aren’t happy, their job stinks, and they don’t have what they want. While I can agree there … Continue reading

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Call It What It Is


Some years ago when our children were small, we would occasionally find a small pile of wet pajamas next to the hamper on the floor. Invariably we would ask why they were wet and the answer they would give was, … Continue reading

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The Misconception of the Birth Control Debate


As one of the central characters in the 1939 classic, “Wizard of Oz”, Frank Morgan played a jovial, somewhat flamboyant character. He stood behind a curtain of a grand hall in OZ and manipulated people into thinking he was an … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with You?


There is no doubt when I was a young child, I created some hair-pulling grief for my Mother. If I were to ask her today which incidents made her exclaim in utter frustration, “What’s wrong with you?” I am sure … Continue reading

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