Category: Columnists

Love, CERN and Burning Man

What does a nuclear physicist at CERN and a co-founder of the Burning Man event have in common? They are both part of a community looking for the God particle and they both feel that without their work, their life would have no meaning.

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Message in a Book

The thread of our life is woven into a tapestry which connects each of us. So when you come across a “sign” to follow that thread, it is worth the side trip to see where it leads. You can obtain unique messages and information as you travel the momentary detour on your chartered path. It could be as simple as opening a book.

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Bullying Begins And Ends With Me

Our idea of a bully is usually found in a school yard, but in reality it begins and ends with us, as a community. Since I am speaking as a communicator by profession, let me express my thoughts regarding this global topic by using my life as an example, one which mirrors both expressions of inner and outer bullying.

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Raising A Toast To Our Health And Beyond It

With all stresses (cost of living, housing issues, employment sector changing with algorithms and A.I. just to name a few) increasing exponentially the pressures on this next generation, plus the older, retired one, dealing with issues of loneliness or being a caregiver for a parent or spouse, there is no shortage of scenarios to cross the line from social drinking to needing a drink.

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Addicted To Our Thoughts

As we begin our four part series on the topic of addictions, we will start with a possible “Why” we have addictions in the first place. Without repetitive patterns of thought would we be prone to addictions? Technically, we are often addicted to the stories we tell ourselves.

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