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Reflections on my Work Life

Reflections on my Work Life Until Retirement on November 1, 2005 It’s been said that doing work you truly love is better than being rich. While I’ve known a few people that could credibly comment on loving their work and … Continue reading

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Adventures with the Guitar

In February 2007, I decided to take guitar lessons—an old guy with small slightly arthritic hands—amazing or ridiculous, take your pick. It was a commitment to do something for its own sake—to finally, in retirement, fulfill a latent desire. It … Continue reading

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Feelings

First of all, this old but updated essay is not about that stupid song, “Feelings.” When someone asks me how I feel, I usually respond with the always lame, “I feel good,” but without the James Brown inflection. If I … Continue reading

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Origins

If the formative years of one’s life have a huge influence on how one turns out, as some experts in childhood development suggest, then a brief examination of my early years may explain a few things about my worldview. My … Continue reading

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