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Secret Passageway

I have long considered myself an observer of human nature and of cultural trends.  During most of my lifetime I have witnessed Americans at large being obsessed with consumption.  This past decade, our nation is being consumed by consumption.  Many of us cannot seem to satiate our appetites for material goods, advanced technology, travel, etc.  […]

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Happy Birthday to Me!

As I begin writing this, I am just hours short of turning sixty-five, or what I’ve dubbed my “Medicare birthday.”  Quite obviously, it’s much more fun to be carded at a bar at twenty-one than at a doctor’s office at sixty-five. As a kid in my generation,fifty-five was regarded as relatively old; sixty-five was old.  […]

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Repose, Anyone?

Twenty years ago, my spiritual mentor at that time used the metaphor of “a freight train out of control” to depict the excessively rapid pace and lopsided external nature of our society.  With the proliferation of technology since then (FAX machines and the internet were in their infancy in 1991), I’d venture to say that […]

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A Very Upbeat Event

It gives me immense pleasure to invite you, your families , friends and colleagues to attend Whole Man Expo  Saturday, September 10, 2011, 8:30 a.m.  – 5:30 p.m at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center Hotel, 7007 S. Clinton Street, Greenwood Village, CO. Adults and teens of both genders are encouraged to attend this very informative […]

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