Monthly Archives: December 2006

What Can We Really Know?

What can we really know about life itself and what does it really matter? It seems like we spend our lives trying to discover something that we only have a vague idea about in the first place. Some days it … Continue reading

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Honesty

It is interesting to note how much stuff resides upstairs. By upstairs I mean our minds. I am fascinated by the poets who explore the places that most people don’t go to. I often think that we live within certain … Continue reading

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My Favorite Albums

We have all pondered the question, “If you were to be stranded on a dessert island, what would you take?” I guess my all time favorite album would have to be Miles Davis’ “Kind Of Blue” recorded in 1959 in … Continue reading

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So Much To Say And So LIttle Time

Hey 3:30 am bloggers, it’s me again. According to the commercials on television, most adults have some sort of sleeping disorder at least a couple of times a week. And the big drug companies would have us believe that they … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to Sleeping Through The Night

It’s 4:30 am and I am wide awake. Well maybe not “wide awake” but up anyway. I was thinking the other day about patterns. Patterns that we get into with our lives that really limit our movement forward. Watching TV … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning

Sunday mornings have become a lot more relaxed since we started attending a new church. It meets at 5 in the afternoon rather than the standard 10 or 11 in the morning. So…I can lay around in the bed and … Continue reading

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Why Bob Dylan?

When I was in high school and junior college I was not really a part of the “cool” crowd, nor was I part of the uncool squad. There were “frats” and “greasers”. College bound and blue collar bound. It was … Continue reading

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