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Epiphany – On The Wisdom of the Unexpected


“The music began and it was life-changing…it struck me that hard. Maybe the word is epiphany, when you have that sensation.”  Clive Davis “I get it.” Jennifer Place   Well, as usual for me, this post has religious and non-religious … Continue reading

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Following Bobbie – On What Our “General” Taught Us


“God loves with great love the man (the woman) whose heart is bursting with a passion for the impossible.”  William Booth In an era where even today 35% prefer male bosses over 23% who prefer women, I found the best … Continue reading

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How Do We Change the World?


“You write in order to change the world, knowing perfectly well that you probably can’t, but knowing that literature is indispensable to the world…which changes according to the way people see it. And if you can alter, even by a … Continue reading

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In the Ashes of My Brothers – a 9 11 Remembrance of my service at Ground Zero


American history is filled with iconic moments that live forever in everyone’s memory. They change the course of events and drive our collective lives as a people. Some of you could tell of December 7th and Pearl Harbor. I can … Continue reading

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