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If you are not living on the edge, you take up too much room.

– Native American Proverb

No one can make you feel inferior without your permission.

– Eleanor Roosevelt

Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

– Will Rogers

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  • At Their Own Peril

    Independence Day. It is my personal favorite of all holidays. There are no gifts, no elaborate feasts, no pressure to fulfill another person’s expectations. Rather it is the day, the ONLY day, that this great nation celebrates that we are, indeed, great. Our geography is......

  • What Happens on the Walks, Stays on the Walks … Sometimes

    Some folks meditate every day. Some do yoga. Some pray. For me, it’s walking. My running days are behind me (joint damage from chemo drugs, but I’m still here!), however I don’t mourn that. What I’ve found through walking I might have missed running as......

  • A Clear Vision

    The name tag on his shirt said Chad, and he was bummed out in a big way. He was the windshield salesman who had approached me at the carwash to tell me he could replace my windshield – and its repaired chips – with no out......

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