Category Archives: Freedom

A Fab Time at the Mall

This is hard to admit. I was in a mall the other day. The Mall. The Mall of America. The mall was very busy. Parking was stressful, really stressful. Rush hour traffic jam stress is mild compared to the atmosphere … Continue reading

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When Priority is Time and Time is Precious

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You’re not getting to the things you want to get to. Whether they are a passion or a hobby or a great idea you’re just not getting to them. You want them to be a priority but you’re unable to … Continue reading

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Context Lost: The Google, the Borg and You

I’ve Googled. You’ve Googled. We’ve all Googled. And if you know anything you’ve probably been Googled into obsolescence. You may not know it yet, but you have. Do you remember when if you needed to know something about something you … Continue reading

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What if I Don’t Take the Road Less Travelled?

What if I don’t take the road less travelled? Will that make all the difference? What if I stay on the road most travelled? There’s obviously advantages to staying on the road most travelled otherwise there wouldn’t be all these … Continue reading

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Be Happy: Stop Feeding the Furnaces of Industry

More, more, more. Ah, the superimposing of contentment onto possessions. There’s a social disease for you. It’s like an insatiability. A vicious (and perhaps viscous) unfulfilling loop where we mindlessly feed our hard earned rewards back into the furnaces of … Continue reading

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Having Faith in Your Choices: The Options Paradox

“I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” — Robert Frost Not bad words to live by I suppose, but I get the idea somehow that this leads us to believe there is some … Continue reading

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An Apology to the Bees

An apology to the Bees for whom I planted the wild flowers, The barrage of colors intended to seduce you into the yard, Lure you with scents and promises of more, A pollenic paradise beyond the floral gate. Tomatoes and … Continue reading

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