Archive for May, 2006

Once again I had it thrown into my face that one should try to get as much out of life as one can, because it can be taken away from you in an instant. Yesterday a friend of mine, the husband of one of my wife’s closest friends, passed away at age 54 of a […]


I hate bullies. I didn’t like them when I was a kid, and I certainly don’t like them now. Nowadays, though, I see them more often in office environments, where, instead of physically beating people up, they mentally beat people down. Most of the time they don’t even realize they’re doing it, which makes it […]

This is more of a local story, but I do live in the Syracuse, NY area. There’s an interesting story in the Syracuse Post Standard this Sunday morning on how difficult it is to have a black-owned businesses in central New York than anywhere else in the Upstate communities. It then goes into many other […]

There’s an interesting discussion I came upon in a group regarding life coaching. The original message asked how most coaches handle their clients not working assignments they’ve been given. Though this coach received some answers, some of the responses were along the lines of why clients need to complete assignments in the first place, because […]


There are some legitimate mysteries, then some created because of, well, strange reasons. Such is the case of how Booker T. Washington passed away. I like to say education cures all ills; well, it’s not quite true. Based on the attached story, it was an educated man who created the mystery; now, other educated people […]

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