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Gratitude, the missing Ingredient for Happiness

Gratitude, the missing Ingredient for Happiness by Judith Rose 1/12/2020 William I, who conquered England some 930 years ago, had wealth, power, and a ruthless army. Yet although William was stupefyingly rich by the standards of his time, he had nothing remotely resembling a flush toilet, paper towels, or Monday Night Football. King Henry VIII…

What Can We Do?

What Can We Do? By Michael J. Lewinski  “All debt-based consumption steals from the future to gratify the present. It is tomorrow’s consumption pulled forward. It depletes the capital stock … and leaves the future empty,” says Brian Maher, managing editor of The Daily Reckoning in his column on forecasting the future. “Delivering on big…

Trying Men’s Souls

Trying Men’s Souls By Michael J. Lewinski  01/6/2020 “These are the times that try men’s souls,” wrote Thomas Paine, when we as Americans were faced with great destruction. Our era likewise is a time that tries men’s souls. We are confronted by great political divisiveness, moral confusion and spiritual chaos. Values like fairness, equality and justice…

A Review of “Triggered”

A Review of “Triggered” By Bonnie Parsley – 1/5/20 Written with candor, frankness and humor, in “Triggered,” Donald Trump, Jr., recounts life experiences that have shaped his character and molded his thinking. Most interesting are his summers spent in Czechoslovakia with his grandparents when he was a child. He writes of many lessons learned from…

How About a Home Run in 2020?

How About a Home Run in 2020? By James Harrison – 1/5/20 I was listening to the news report about the recent attacks in a Jewish community in New York state where several residents were viciously stabbed. Now, this, of course, should bother us all, but what I found missing in all the reporting was,…

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