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Life’s Challenges

It seems to me…. “When you’re up to your ass in alligators, you forget about cleaning the swamp.”   ~ Robert DeBard[1]. Being well into my 80s, I can look back on what I have experienced from a perspective not all … Continue reading

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Britain Burning: Are We Next?

It seems to me… We recently witnessed social unrest in Great Britain.  While this appears to have come as a surprise to many throughout the world, especially here in the U.S., in hindsight it probably could have been anticipated.  Could … Continue reading

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