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Are each of us irrelevant on a global stage? Not at all.

This weekend while perusing Facebook I commented on an MSN story and the observation drew more than 270 replies, including one that stated, “Christopher Cudworth you are irrelevant on the world political stage.” On the surface, that made me chuckle … Continue reading

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Getting checked from the inside out

For a variety of reasons having to do with caregiving for a wife with cancer the last eight years, some of my own health monitoring took a back seat, so to speak. So it is high time to get the … Continue reading

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See how far gratitude can take you

By Christopher Cudworth  As you make plans for your next long run, ride, or swim, it might be wise to consider how thankful you should be for the ability (and time) to do your favorite activities. Self-fulfilling prophecies Plenty of … Continue reading

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