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To equal or surpass the Art of Dying

There’ll come a time when all of us must leave here Then nothing Sister Mary can do Will keep me here with you As nothing in this life that I’ve been trying Could equal or surpass the art of dying … Continue reading

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Coping with a world of clutter

  A friend posted an article to Facebook about the potential benefits of clutter. I haven’t read the piece yet. I actually don’t intend to read it. I don’t want to justify clutter in any way. In fact, I have … Continue reading

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Does it really matter how old you are?

You’re alive. That’s what counts first and foremost in your contributions and accomplishments as a person. Beyond that, everything else is a perception imposed on you by other people who are alive, and who might not appreciate your contributions and … Continue reading

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People who run and ride can be a pretty creative bunch

By Christopher Cudworth If there’s one thing you learn from all those miles of running and riding, it’s how and when to improvise. Creatively. Extending Shoe Life It’s hard to remember exactly who conceived the idea, but in the days … Continue reading

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Kerri Hoskins Branson runs to meet challenges

Kerri Hoskins Branson is a woman who makes her mind up about things, and does them. That does not mean she always plans her goals or achievements far in advance. In fact some of her keenest achievements have been accomplished … Continue reading

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Running and riding through grief, both real and imagined

Mental health experts and grief counselors have long advised that grief is an emotional phenomenon with several stages. The classic and operative model is one proposed by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross that states there are 5 stages of grief.  Denial: Helps us … Continue reading

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