Salt

Salt. That's what I remember most. It seemed to cling to my lips the entire summer. It rode the wind. It crystallized on my car, dulling the shine, and it caused a haze on my sunglasses. Salt was so inescapable at the beach that by mid-July I stopped putting it on my boardwalk fries. In …

“I Can’t Tell if Procrastination Kills Creativity or is Essential to it.”

Grant Snider's Twitter comment @grantdraws raises an interesting question. Does procrastination kill creativity, or is it essential to it? I'm certain Grant is thinking about that part of creativity where the artist or writer "mulls it over." Chews on it a bit, allowing it to resonate with them. Puts it to a vote before the …

“Be the Change That You Wish to See in the World.” (Mahatma Gandhi)

There are a great number of professions whose novices hold the same sentiment: I want to make a difference. I want to change the world. This is true of junior senators, rookie police officers, young law school graduates, teachers, mental health counselors, pastors, nurses, and many others. Reporters are motivated to make a positive impact …

Abundance

Abundance. It is a wonderful concept. Having more than enough of what we need. It seems to be a good thing to be rich in supply. We often hear that the only people who worry about money are those who don't have enough of it. Having "more than an adequate quantity" of anything would be …

Things I’ve Learned About Human Nature

When our communities were tribal-based, the good of the clan came before the good of the individual. Man is a social animal, and he is not designed for isolation. There is a God-shaped hole within all of us that cannot be filled by sex, booze, drugs, gambling, career, cars or big houses. I've heard this …

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