Monthly Archives: November 2010

Small town politics


It came to mind this morning while taking a shower that the dynamics and politics of a small town or maybe just the one where I happen to live presently, are much like a bar brawl.  While I have never … Continue reading

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Negative possession


There is a news article today about a young boy battling cancer.  The wording says “his” before the leukemia.  It is bothersome to me to see such possession placed on a disease and makes me wonder if that possession makes … Continue reading

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Clearing out


For a long time I have had a visual manifestation board.  The kind they mention in the film The Secret.  I have had one off and on for years.  A result I think from some book I read years ago. … Continue reading

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Identity


It never occurred to me in earlier years that when I stopped being this or that for a career that I would wonder around trying to find myself.  Definitely not in later years.  Yet each day even though I feel … Continue reading

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Dynamics of Life


We have those twists and turns that come about in life and if we walk a little lighter we can step back and find humor in many of those twists. Living in the small town in Texas has brought full … Continue reading

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Opportunities Missed


My mind wanders this morning to the deeper side of the valley where one thinks of the might have beens.  Those missed opportunities.  Life.  People. The wandering mind is a result of many things.  The silence of a man I … Continue reading

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Disgruntled


Webster defines disgruntled as to make dissatisfied or unhappy yet it seems the status should have such a deeper meaning.  Many more words to define or describe the state or mind. I have a neighbor who is always disgruntled way … Continue reading

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