Not so fast, Michael. It is going to take a long while to work through what is in front of me. It is possible and indeed likely that I will one day in the distant future go out for a double-digit run and not wind up in an ER somewhere. I am looking forward to that.
Archives for April 2015
Whatever you are selling, you can only talk about it for so long. Getting to know your clients makes the whole experience more fun and much more rewarding. Sure, the sale is a good thing, but relationships are far more important in the long run!
The notion that drug addicts are all unsuccessful and unemployed individuals is a long fostered misconception. However, a National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2013 showed that over half of adults (55.7%) over the age of 18 suffering from substance dependence or abuse were employed full time.
Millions of Filipinas suffer lives of poverty and stress. The causes are systemic and cultural. This article discusses the author’s personal observations and conclusions.
It’s amazing that we can train dogs. That we can train dogs in so many different ways and that most of them work is almost miraculous. But how we teach our dogs is evolving. We have new and better ways to get our dogs to give us behaviours. Animal and learning science is making our training not just more effective but more fun!
A response to the continued violent existence man insists on living despite access to knowledge. We continue to exist within the cave of ignorance and only see through the eyes of our dictators who tell us what to value and what to think. We must move toward a world that seeks thought and insists that we make the ethical and religious traditions of the past matter, giving them a place in the souls of man.
Mediocre food is often an irritation at all-inclusive properties but we found Secrets to take its food choices and preparation very seriously.
Tamara Taggart’s personal and heart-warming account of two separate conversations that eventually became undeniably inter-woven.
The invasion of technology, as well as multiple generations of people indoctrinated to fear their neighbors, or be suspicious of the actions of those they don’t know, has made something as basic as conversations between strangers a rarity.
After visiting Laos, the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia for the first time in 2008 for a boat trip down the Mekong River, this time I wanted to explore some of its hidden secrets on a motorcycle, being able to enjoy the freedom of this truly individual form of travel.