Category Archives: philosophy

Shred Me

Over the last few weeks I’ve been going through a lot of old papers and documents in an attempt to get rid of the clutter that seems to engulf me, as I get older. I want to make things simpler and more stress free. So, these days, I look at and shred the things that […]

Another Story From The Naked City

Yesterday, I spent the whole day taking care of financial matters for my mother who is now in a nursing home. It was a long, tiring day. One in which I am still recovering from as I write this. It meant visiting banks and talking to financial people and talking on the phone to lawyers […]

Some People Say It Better

I got an e-mail from a good friend of mine just a little bit ago. After reading this passage I had to share it with you: I checked out your blogs. I was thinking the other day “What if people other than atheletes used Steroids”? Could you imagine how fast Earl Sheib would turn out […]

Some Last Thoughts On Obama Inauguration

I know that the Inauguration was over a week ago, but I’ve been busy with a number of things and haven’t had a chance to write down any thoughts on the day or what it means to me. Besides all the History that the day implied, there was a personal note that I thought about […]

3,000 and Some Questions

Recently I went to way over 3,000 hits on my blog, which is posted on three sites, WordPress, Myspace and Yahoo360. Each now has recorded over 1,000 hits on each. That’s not a lot I’m sure. Especially when some of you have sites devoted to certain aspect of your job, hobby, or area of interest. […]