Posts filed under: musings

3 years ago, when our first daughter was born, I’d installed a car seat in our car, doing my best, looking at the instruction manual, but counting on the fact that the hospital where my wife was delivering offered free...
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In times of divisiveness and conflict, traits like compassion and empathy often go missing.  Instead we react in ways that can cause pain, emotionally or physically, because those types of reactions seem the easiest to summon. Now, as much as...
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For many of us, getting a driver’s license was a rite of passage around the age of 16. For our parents, this was likely a moment of mixed feelings. On the one hand, “wow, Junior can drive himself to Billy’s...
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