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Thinking About Integrity

Back when I was still troublingly addicted to self-help books I encountered one that offered a “new” approach that resonated with my goal of self-discovery. Dr. Brad Blanton’s Radical Honesty had just been published in 1995; and I checked out … Continue reading

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To mention that we live in a society that is awash in deception is to restate the obvious. We begin our childhood by being deceived by the adults around us. They rarely question the practice of deception; in fact, they … Continue reading

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Appreciating Dragons

For whatever it’s worth, according to Chinese astrology, I’m a Dragon. At the end of the day, I don’t believe this affects my personality nor demeanor. It is fun to ponder the concept, though. The Dragon is the only Chinese … Continue reading

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The Truth

“Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened.”–Winston Churchill If you’ve ever decided to walk the path that leads to non-subjective truths and your relationship to the … Continue reading

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