Monthly Archives: June 2015

Freedom and A Supreme Court Decision

In the coming days the United States of America looks to commemorate 239 years of Independence from England and celebrate the freedoms that followed. But what does freedom mean? Some in America would say it means license to conform to … Continue reading

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A Father’s Day Preparation

I lost my father much too early. He was 38 years of age. A violent car accident ripped him from his family, stole his life, and forever changed the trajectory of mine. No matter the suffering endured in the aftermath, … Continue reading

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How Do You Handle Waiting?

I found myself waiting for an air conditioner repair person to arrive. If you’re from the south, you know how we love our air conditioners, and not only that, they are absolutely essential to surviving in high humidity and scorching … Continue reading

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Race Running

The Women’s tennis final at the French Open, American Pharaoh’s attempt at winning the Belmont Stakes thus completing the Triple Crown, a Boxing Match, and Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals between Chicago and Tampa Bay are among today’s … Continue reading

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