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Govern Thy Self

Govern Thy Self


Posted By on Jul 26, 2012

Govern Thy Self (July 26, 2012) As part of the Second American Revolution (or “2AR”), it is heartening to see the robust debate between Americans of differing political sensibilities center on the Constitution. Given that the presidential election cycle is gearing-up, we are sure to hear more about the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. However, in the debates so far and even going back over my entire voting life – something...

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Happiness is a Prison

Happiness is a Prison


Posted By on Jul 24, 2012

Happiness is a Prison (July 24, 2012) You know, I think we Americans got it all wrong. Ever since I was a boy saying the Pledge of Allegiance in grade school, I was taught that America was the land of the free and home of the brave. I learned that freedom held the top rung on the ladder of American values and the reason that millions of Americans before me died in wars and cultural struggles (i.e., suffrage, civil rights) was to make...

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Mirror of Joy

Mirror of Joy


Posted By on Jul 15, 2012

Mirror of Joy (July 15, 2012) I wish I was a child again. Not the innocent, weak and ignorant newborn, but the blank canvas uncluttered by a life of past wins, losses, regrets, failures and successes. Sometimes, my emotions get the better of me. When they do, I find myself embarrassed or left feeling like I failed. It shouldn’t be so surprising that letting negative emotions take over makes me feel less than human, but why does...

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