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August 2011 Archives

Geo caching is a little over a decade old and it’s lit sparks of inspiration all over the world.  In its short life geo caching has gathered over 5 million participants world wide. I have always played with metaphor as […]

Our thinking should have a vigorous fragrance, like a wheat field on a summer’s night.  – Friedrich Nietzsche – The trouble with most people is that they think with their hopes or fears or wishes rather than with their minds.  […]

World Youth officially ended two days ago.  Did it escape your notice?  Perhaps if you are not closely associated with the Catholic community you didn’t even know there WAS a World Youth Day. (And besides, it’s a bit misleading…because the […]

I intended to provide an unexpected kindness on this day – the celebration of William Jefferson Clinton’s 65th birthday.  Random kindness where there is a real need.  The only thing more “clinton-esque” would be purposeful informed kindness where there is […]