Among the many things for which we should be grateful, let’s remember to include the idea of a day set aside for giving thanks. In a modern culture that fosters ingratitude and resentment, such a day is ever more so needed.
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Dear Happy Warriors, A frequent theme in our books and writings is how being anchored to core values and permanent principles liberates us to adjust to changing circumstances. Well, we have some changes coming. Two driving forces are leading us to act by introducing a We Happy Warriors Basic level. The good news first! Our
I’m currently reading, Beyond: The Astonishing Story of the First Human to Leave Our Planet and Journey into Space by Stephen Walker. It is a gripping read and since I was rather young at the time, I’m learning a great deal. One of the most fascinating insights I’m getting syncs with the message of the
Do you find that you absorb information in books differently when reading electronically vs. a paper copy? We’re not ready to either recommend or comment on these books as we are still reading them, but our physical companions right now are (RDL) The Hard Thing about Hard Things by Ben Horowitz and (Susan) Boomers: The
The COVID virus and the response to the COVID virus have both resulted in much sorrow and difficulty. But, they have also led to some positive responses. For years, we have been dismayed as more and more stores open on Thanksgiving, switching the focus of the day to shopping. While people will still be shopping
A statement of King Solomon’s comes to mind as we continue this United States election marathon. “A good name is more precious than good oil.” Having spent four years deceiving the American people both through acts of commission and omission, including encouraging the spending of enormous amounts of taxpayer money on an investigation into Russian