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When Limits Are Not Helpful

When Limits Are Not Helpful

Limits can be helpful. Bakers limit flour and sugar to get the right mix. Authorities limit alcohol levels for safer driving. Schools limit class sizes for a better student experience. These are just a few examples. Sometimes, however, limits are not beneficial.

 

April 26, 2019 0 Comments
Buckets, Strangers, and Coffee

Buckets, Strangers, and Coffee

As I sat in the parking lot listening to the end of a book, I had no idea the encounter that was about to happen. I was about to intersect with four strangers in a very profound way.

April 13, 2019 6 Comments
Existing Is Not Living

Existing Is Not Living

Several months ago I accidentally came across a short documentary of three centenarians — 100+ year olds. The video is titled Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds. I imagine it was the title that drew me in. But it’s the characters that made it so compelling.

March 30, 2019 2 Comments
An Inside Job

An Inside Job

36.2 million results. That’s how many hits this one word gets in a single web search. If you ask the search engine for a definition of the word, options jump fivefold to 196 million. It is unlikely there are that many uniques ways to define it, but it does indicate the modern day interest in the topic. It’s also indicative of the need.
March 14, 2019 0 Comments
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