Cycle of Grief

     Nothing is certain in life except for death and taxes. An old famous saying – but one that is true and accurate. Outside of the fact that we all pay taxes, in one way or another,

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Hedgehog Versus The Fox

     “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.”      “The Hedgehog and the Fox” was the title of a 1953 essay written by an Oxford philosopher named Isaiah Berlin. Berlin, using the

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     Plato might have just been the greatest philosopher to ever grace this planet. The Republic, written 360 B.C., was well ahead of its time and is the basis for philosophy courses taught world wide. If you

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Bouncing Back (Part 2)

     In my previous post we got into the Polish psychologist Kazimierz Dabrowski who lived a harrowing life of pain and agony but yet was able to use that to develop the concept of Positive Disintegration. In

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Bouncing Back

      Back in my college days, as part of my pharmacy ciriculum, I had to take certain courses in pyschology. It was always fascinating to learn about the power of our minds and how we become trained

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     Trae knew exactly what he was doing. When him and Paul got into arguments (which was almost daily), Trae knew exactly what buttons to push that would set Paul off. He would do it on purpose.

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“Get a routine”      It is the very first thing inmates will tell you to do when you first check into prison. Routines are common in most of our lives. A parent may drop their kids off

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Quarterly Check-In

      “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”      Today officially marks my 90-day completion into my incarceration journey. Ninety days tend to be an import number in the business world; it marks a quarter

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Why Write This Blog?

      Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.       -Mark Twain      I had a conversation

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Breaking the Darkness

     Every year, millions of homes line up their walk ways and entrances to their properties with bright lights and lamps resembling that of the Fourth of July. Family and friends visit one another delivering sweets, clothes and

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