Getting Better is Hard

Before I turned 50, I didn’t go to the gym 100 times. Now I go regularly. Many guys my age perceive their muscles are melting like candle wax. I don’t want to be one of them. Fortunately, my trainer is a challenging, inspiring, fit fellow. His philosophy is: Find your...

The Social Dilemma

As a concerned citizen I’m urging you to watch this an alarming documentary about a severe threat to our civilization. What an outrageous pretentious opening! Yet after several weeks’ reflection I think the issue is that important and that severe. Smart industry...

A Conflict of Visions

Have you wondered why so many people understand the world differently? I did, too. Thomas Sowell’s book, A Conflict of Visions, was like discovering a code breaker. It won’t change your thinking. It will help you understand and recognize your vision and the vision of...

Reflections on 2020

2020 had millions of tragedies and surprises. Many of us are glad to see it gone. Many act like the world hasn’t changed. Others seem to think we’ll be back to “normal” by Tuesday at the latest. Thoughtful people reflect on the past and attempt to draw lessons to make...

John Wooden and Legacy

The Sporting News named John Wooden as the best coach of all time. Who am I to argue with that? I never watched any of his teams play basketball. I started reading things by and about coach Wooden because people I respect suggested I would benefit. They were right....

My Reflections on Pandemic 1918 by Catharine Arnold

A wise, trusted friend recommended Pandemic 1918: Eyewitness Accounts from the Greatest Medical Holocaust in Modern History by Catharine Arnold for its sobering and apolitical perspective. One Saturday I zipped through its gripping and poignant tales. Here are some of...
G-MLEGY3VV4S