Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tai Chi: the right way

Consistently I ask detail questions in class.  What foot is weighted?  Do you sit back before that move? I usually get some form of the same answer.  Both ways can be used.  Perhaps even a third.  Once you learn the … Continue reading

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Smiling to you

Smiling to you

C.J. Prince, author of “Catching My Breath” with Joanne McLain and William C. Thomas

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A New Tattoo

You want a tattoo.  You think about it.  Perhaps you’re a little afraid.  And what  kind of artwork will you carry for life? My first tattoo was perhaps 35 years ago.  I pondered briefly…and knew a butterfly would symbolize the … Continue reading

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Truth vs Dogma

Truth vs Dogma.

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Truth vs Dogma

I used to know The Truth.  Truth with a capitol letter walked with the swag of dogma.  Dogma presenting with a snide grin and accompanied by narrow mindedness and insufficient facts that draw a bead on truth but even then … Continue reading

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“Flowers for Algernon”

Flowers for Algernon, the novel first published in 1966 by Daniel Keyes, is one of my all time favorites.  A brilliant commentary on intelligence, assumptions, social expectations, science and how society deals with different ethical and moral challenges.  I hesitated … Continue reading

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Impulse Buying

I have a list scrawled on the back of a business card.  JoAnn’s to buy bags to put books in when I sell them tomorrow.  Not just any old books.  THE book.  My novel just published under the cover title … Continue reading

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