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eThoughts : Dick and Jane, Part II

Brought to you by Keeping It Simple,™ a division of Book-in-Drawer Publications.™ Warning: The following may seem cynical and depressing, but is actually meant to be an inoculation against cynical and depressing. Dick and Jane are married and have children. Dick and Jane have a home and stuff and careers. Dick and Jane are upstanding. […]

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eThoughts : August 1, 2012: Dick and Jane, Part I

Brought to you by Keeping It Simple,™ a division of Book-in-Drawer Publications.™ Warning: The following may seem cynical and depressing, but is actually meant to be an inoculation against cynical and depressing. See Dick notice himself. At first others think it’s cute. When Dick is older, others will worry he is self-absorbed. So will Dick. […]

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eThoughts : Clutter, Part II

We saw each other at that moment—a moment without agenda. It was strange as it had always seemed that to connect required some agenda or the other, whether it was biological, environmental, spiritual, emotional, cognitive, social, individual, whatever. There was vastness in her being. There was vastness in mine. Yet in that vastness was something […]

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eThoughts : January 1, 2012: Clutter, Part I

There she was, coming in like she owned the world. Beautiful, tall, lean, shapely, stately, poised, sensual and sensuous. She commanded—not demanded—attention. She was why the word “breathtaking” came about. I wondered what would take her breath away. And then I knew—and that was when she noticed. As we all know, the New Year is […]

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