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Transcending the vicissitudes of life

Up until The White Album, the Beatles were a fairly unified bunch of music makers. They’d ascended to Fab Four status, toured to screaming fans, taken America by storm and were starting to feel fed up with it all. They … Continue reading

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Rocking and rolling on the Cleveland bandwagon

For Father’s Day, I spent a weekend in Cleveland with my son and had a really great time. We visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Basically, the entire museum is a giant admission that without the creativity and genius … Continue reading

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That Fool On the Hill is us. And that’s a good thing

Aside from the image of the man holding a sign that says “The End is Near,” there is perhaps no more cliche depiction than the wise old man on the top of the mountain to whom everyone goes to learn … Continue reading

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Achieving a state of bliss when you run and ride

By Christopher Cudworth Definition: Bliss 1. Extreme happiness; ecstasy. 2. The ecstasy of salvation; spiritual joy. For point of reference in terms of achieving a state of bliss from running and riding it is perhaps necessary to step outside the confines of … Continue reading

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Hardly a day goes by

By Christopher Cudworth May is Mental Health Month and this week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Like all workaday weeks, it begins on a Monday of course. So here’s a thought. For those with anxiety, every day feels like a Monday. It’s a constant dread and wonder … Continue reading

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Not going nowhere

By Christopher Cudworth For SA One simply must love a double negative. The phrase “I’m not going nowhere” for example, actually means the opposite of what we normally intend it to say. Because if you’re not going nowhere, you’re going … Continue reading

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