Tag Archives: Values

Viral Times Produce Opportunities for Change


April 11, 2020 10 AM – As of this time, the news is reporting 503,594 confirmed Covid-19 cases in the US, with 19,552 people having died of the disease. For those of you who read or have access to the … Continue reading

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Viral Times and Public Health


April 9, 2020 – The good news – the curve of infection seems to be flattening. The bad news – as of this morning, 432,599 confirmed Covid-19 cases and 14,830 deaths were reported in the US, with 16.8 million people … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS


It has been one of those days in Southern California that justifies our choice of living here despite the traffic congestion, high taxes and the other well publicized problems of the State – clear, sunny, without significant humidity, balmy temperatures … Continue reading

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OLD FRIENDS


  We just returned from spending a couple of days in the mountains, relaxing, eating, hiking, and spending time with old friends. They’ve invited us, along with another couple, two of our dearest friends, to share their beautiful home overlooking … Continue reading

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“STUFF” or “How Much Is Enough?”


I remember the first time I saw George Carlin do his brilliant routine on “Stuff” – and how what we considered necessary stuff could be pared down to a small handful of essential items. I was reminded of this when … Continue reading

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