Do you need a recharge?

In this ‘Information and Technology Age’ everything around us seems to have an energy bar or power meter. As 21st century populace, the majority of us have become so ‘at one’ with our electronic gadgets and tools, that an extraterrestrial visitor would mistake a good deal of earth’s inhabitants for cyborgs with interchangeable electronic parts. Read More

What if life had a user’s manual?

  What’s your relationship with user guides and instruction manuals? Do you read them? If you’re anything like me, you get so excited about your new toys, that the user manual is typically tossed to the side. Recently, I was at a friend’s home. They had just installed a brand new, state of the art Read More

Top 10 Observations of 2013

  1. Cancer Deaths Decline I believe I can boldly state that anyone who reads these words has lost someone to the devastating disease of cancer. That is why I’m starting with this topic for my list of 2013 observations. In a recent report, Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society, Read More

Top 10 Observations of 2012

  1. Sports is the Great Unifier: In a year filled with great debate, due to the election, which arguably is the one the most competitive, tactical sparing sports we will ever behold, I witnessed quite a few spirited discussions at the dinner table with friends who had opposing political views. Facebook news feeds were Read More

Giving what we take for granted…some gratitude!

  Another year is coming to a close which means the holiday season is here along with all its cheer! Thursday, we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, and I can’t think of a better way to kick of the holidays and get into the Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate) spirit, than to take Read More