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eThoughts : A New Year and Shifting Identity

The psychologist Erik Erikson thought that one’s identity is ever changing and that one of the major tasks as a human being is to keep up with that change. January 1, 2010 marks the beginning of a new year for a lot of us as well as the beginning of a new decade. As many […]

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eThoughts : More about Wanderlust

I celebrated my 25th birthday at the base of the Matterhorn that summer of 1972. I told no one and it was one of the best birthdays I’ve ever had. It had been a journey to get there. I had eschewed a business, a marriage, and college. I knew that I needed to get out […]

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eThoughts : 2007 New Year’s Thoughts: Soul, Integrity, and Terror

2007 New Year’s Thoughts: Soul, Integrity, and Terror 2006 seemed to be quite a year—or maybe it’s only because it’s just the most recent year. The month of December, 2006 saw some passing of well-known people. I’ll only choose three of them and those choices are arbitrary in the sense that they fit my scheme. […]

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eThoughts : We Are and the Age of Clarity

(For more Holiday thoughts, go to: Holiday Thoughts for 2003, or 2004 Holiday Thoughts and 2004 Holiday Thoughts Continued, or Holiday Thoughts for December 2005 and 2005 Holiday Thoughts Continued), or Holiday Thoughts: December 2006.) As I previously said, a realization that we’re all in this together and the clarity to see what really is […]

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eThoughts : Holiday Thoughts: December 2006

(For more Holiday thoughts, go to: Holiday Thoughts for 2003, or 2004 Holiday Thoughts, and 2004 Holiday Thoughts Continued, or Holiday Thoughts for December 2005, and 2005 Holiday Thoughts Continued), or We Are and the Age of Clarity.) It seems to be yet another year. Funny how the Holidays never came around fast enough when […]

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