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Like it or not, all of life is a competition

Yesterday’s blog about a found love note was full of intrigue. The obviously young man competing for the love of his wife with the rest of life brought back reminders of being a young man and in love. I was one … Continue reading

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Is there life beyond testosterone for those who run and ride?

By Christopher Cudworth Is less testosterone really such a bad thing? Every time one of those commercials for male testosterone comes on the radio it strikes me that guys of a certain age may be worrying about all the wrong … Continue reading

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Monday truth: Nice guys (and gals) do not always finish last

By Christopher Cudworth Click on photos to enlarge. While doing research for an article a few months back, I was perusing a booklet of race results from my senior year in college. It had been a magical year in many … Continue reading

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Revel in personal triumph while realizing you never do it all alone

Yesterday I took a day to say “Hooray!” that rehabilitation from the bike accident is going well. That is a personal triumph. But being honest with yourself about any personal triumph means you must place it in its proper context. … Continue reading

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