Monthly Archives: March 2011

Are you happy? Consider this…

In yesterday’s Forbes.com an article entitled, “The Happiest Careers in America” made some helpful comments.  [March 30, 2011]  Meghan Casserly offered this:  A new study reveals employees value coworkers and personal control over compensation. If you think administrative assistants hate their … Continue reading

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Getting Jack Nicholson’s Autograph

The Yahoo.com article this morning, March 30, 2011, brought back memories—good and funny, although the latter to some is anything but. Here’s the opening paragraph: Lorraine Nicholson is just 20, but she’s already following in the acting footsteps of her … Continue reading

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A contention: in any day theology’s more important than politics

The premise: theology is more important than politics. The argument’s factoring. Last night President Obama gave us information on his decision to enter the harsh realities of Libya, contending our action, partnered in a modest manner by NATO countries, the … Continue reading

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Got “fire in the belly?”

Covering a few bases, which is metaphorically apt since the 2011 Major League Baseball season launches this week. As many of my family and most of my former parishioners know, my support of the Chicago Cubs is never understated.  That … Continue reading

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Learning from a grandson

I couldn’t help it…pride as a grandfather was in overdrive.  I had some time with my grandson, Dylan Miller, Andrew and Jennifer’s son.  He’s between his second and third birthdays.  We were walking through the HUGE Bass Pro Outdoor World … Continue reading

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Two Incidents…the good, the bad

Two incidents.  Within an hour of each other.  Not sure if they mean anything, but they’ve marinated in my mind the balance of the day, so that has to mean something. The first:  a stop at Target.  Took a while, … Continue reading

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Been to hell lately?

This was copied from yesterday’s Yahoo.com: By TOM BREEN, Associated Press Tom Breen, Associated Press – March 24, 2011 DURHAM, N.C. – When Chad Holtz lost his old belief in hell, he also lost his job. The pastor of a … Continue reading

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