Is Curiosity Spiritual Adultery?

I’ve never thought much about the rights and wrongs of curiosity. I’ve never thought about whether or not there were such things. I’ve never been curious enough, I suppose. I’ve accepted curiosity as one of the most joyful traits of being alive and engaged in the world.

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Seduced by Information

Back in the old days, back when your Mom dropped you off at the Tacoma Public Library, back when you had to search through four encyclopedias and a stack of texts for the answer, information was precious. What a dream the Internet was!

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Beware of Creeping Crabbiness

A component of emotional intelligence is the ability to observe yourself and to understand what drives your behaviors. I noticed something interesting about myself at work that I can use to my benefit. And to the benefit of...

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Reality vs. the Brain

Had a very weird thing happen this morning. As many of you know, I had a bicycling accident and an associated traumatic brain injury about three months ago. I’m home now and out of the hospital. Thanks very much. (You can...

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No Mountain Ride to Report.

No, I didn’t ride in the 2018 Mt.Washington Bicycle Hill Climb. I was, instead, in an Atlanta hospital nursing a brain injury I received as the result of a bicycling accident in May.

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Hey Gimpy!

“My boy rides the short bus to school,” is all she says. And I am completely slayed. I don’t even try to apologize.

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