How To Survive Heated Conversations With Friends And Family

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Last week, my buddy and I were talking about life and the changing world around us. And with all the recent shifts in social, economic, and political climates, we had plenty to talk about. One of the best things about our 20-year friendship is that although we share many core beliefs, we approach life from very different perspectives—sometimes polar opposite …

I’ve Become My Parents. And It’s A Good Thing.

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While cleaning to move my home office last week, I packed boxes and thought how my dad would do it — “Towels together but leave one out for my first night. Tools here but leave out a screwdriver, drill, wrench, etc.” Later that day, I was cutting fresh vegetables and placing them into a special container my mom had given …

Leave Your Mark

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Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. Ralph Waldo Emerson During a recent visit to my hometown, I went for a stroll down the road of my childhood home. During my walk I noticed several homes that were no longer there—homes that over the years had been torn …