Archive for March, 2010


No Goal or Prize = No Finish Line

Here is another guest post, called “No Goal or Prize = No Finish Line”: I half-heartedly laugh when I hear someone say they enjoy running. I mean, come on. Do I run? Yes. Do I enjoy it? No. Except for the finish line. I guess what I’m saying is that when I train for a […]

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Silence Quotes

I’ve been reading a lot of silence quotes lately. Enjoy: There are times when silence has the loudest voice. -Leroy Brownlow

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Book Review Beyond Band of Brothers: The War Memoirs of Major Dick Winters

The Emmy-Award winning HBO min-series Band of Brothers tells the true story of an American paratrooper regiment that fought in World War II.  Based on the book by historian Stephen E. Ambrose of the same name, Band of Brothers touched the hearts of millions of people and became a huge success. The soldiers of Easy […]

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Why Not Think?

Here’s another poem for you.  Hope you like it.  It’s called: WHY NOT THINK?

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Success is the Bride of Endeavor

Here’s a little poem about success that I thought you might like: It’s the coward who stops at misfortune, It’s the knave who changes each day; It’s a fool who wins half the battle, And throws all his chances away. There’s little in life but labor, And tomorrow may prove but a dream, Success is […]

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Book Review I Don’t Believe In Atheists

Here’s another book review by a friend of mine. It’s called “I Don’t Believe in Atheists” by Chris Hedges The topics of religion, atheism, and fundamentalism have been hotly debated in the last decade or so as the West has become increasingly more secular.  The related, yet more rudimentary debate of science versus religion has […]

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Book Review of How the Scots Invented the Modern World

How the Scots Invented the Modern World: The True Story of How Western Europe’s Poorest Nation Created Our World & Everything in It by Arthur Herman (2001) If you are looking for a good history of Scotland and its impact, as well as Great Britain and the British Empire, then look no further than Arthur […]

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