Monthly Archive: September 2013

Life Is Too Short

Life is too short for cheap coffee Artificial sweeteners Veneer relationships Fake hair Fake smiles Broken promises Broken hearts or Broken dreams Life is too short for affordable love Reasonable outcomes And a life without passion Life is too short to be lived In fear, judgment or regret Life is for living From the inside …

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Mr. Stienway

Mr. Steinway   The old, bruised and dented piano looked much like any nearly one hundred year old person. It lived in the corner of VA rehabilitation center along with a number of wounded vets. Before he was wounded, Rubin had been a carpenter. Deciding to refinish the piano was as much for him as …

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Achilles, the Worried Caterpillar

Achilles, the Worried Caterpillar   Achilles, the worried caterpillar, was born in the spring. No one knows how he learned to worry, but he worried all the time. At first he worried about his enormous appetite. He worried that he would always be hungry. He worried his stripes were too bright and that he had …

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Making The Impossible Possible

Making the Impossible Possible.   When we are told something is impossible should we agree and walk away? Warnings are just warnings. Consider them carefully and decide for yourself the extent other people’s experiences apply to you. Do your homework. Create a network of support. Plan for what you will do if you fail. The …

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Time For An Upgrade

Time For An Upgrade   Recently I had a problem with a specific function on my iphone. I went to my local phone store in search of help. A very tall, slender, outspoken young costumer service representative smiled and began showing me several ways to overcome the problem. He also showed me how to avoid …

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