Category Archives: philanthropy

Borrowed Time and Gratitude

Tomorrow, March 13, I turn 55.  Not a huge milestone, but it makes me eligible for a number of ‘senior’ discounts, and to move into the trailer park down the hill.  It also means that likely I’m pretty well into the second half … Continue reading

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Small Acts

Every great act can be broken down into smaller components.  Oftentimes, we forget that, and think that great things can only be accomplished by truly great individuals.  In fact, it is rarely if ever that any individual truly accomplishes greatness on his … Continue reading

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