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More wisdom from inanimate objects

May 17, 2017
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Last year, I wrote a post about how inanimate objects around the house can teach us about life, if we allow ourselves to “listen.” Since then, more everyday items have spoken to me (figuratively, that…

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Detours on the road to serenity

April 3, 2017
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Last week, when Patrick drove home from choir practice and backed into the garage, I did something bizarre. I did not suck the oxygen from the car, offer advice, and shriek “Don’t hit the recycle bin!”…

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Free wisdom, by Jim

May 1, 2014
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Free wisdom, by Jim

My dad stops by almost every morning to have a cup of coffee and enlighten me on some matter of life, whether it be how they manufacture bolts, to how to study for a test,…

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Late-Thirtysomething Woman Succeeds in Erasing Her Twenties

March 26, 2014
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“I was getting close to 40 and I just felt all this, you know, REGRET, about my 20s,” the woman said.  “So many embarrassing situations, things I wish I’d done differently.  I wished for that…

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College Humor: Extracting Wisdom

February 21, 2012
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College Humor: Extracting Wisdom

There’s one familiar milestone on the road to the college launch that doesn’t get much press. Oral surgery. This pre-college dental rite of passage just might be the universe’s way of giving parents one final…

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