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In this pandemic world we seem to be increasingly focusing inward – the risk to us, the inconvenience, the job losses, and annoying rules.  It’s a strange time as the world adopts new habits – new ways of thinking.  The … Continue reading

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A Memorial Day Poem

I’ve been to Arlington National Cemetery three times in my life.  The first time was on a cold mid-December day.  While on a break from a conference, I boarded a Tourmobile. There were three of us on that bus, the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day – Remembering the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial

From the window of the airplane I could see the whole east coast buried under a blanket of new snow. An early December storm in 1982 had turn the world white and this California boy hoped that he had packed … Continue reading

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