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No one has the right to sit down and feel hopeless.  There’s too much to do.
   —   Dorothy Day
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2018 Committed To Thinking
2017 More Pictures From My (Family) Retirement Party
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2016 Are You Waiting?
2015 The Future Myth
2014 Hands
2013 Because You Have Lived
2012 47%
2011 Conservative Values: Low And Lax
2010 A Non-Zero Sum Game
What If “c” Isn’t A Constant?
2009 Pictures from UCLA trip…

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The toughest thing about the power of trust is that it’s very difficult to build and very easy to destroy.  The essence of trust building is to emphasize the similarities between you and the customer.
  —   Thomas J. Watson
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2016 Said The Man Who Trained To Fight For A Living
2015 Tripping On Treasure
2014 The Flower Of Light
2013 Eye Catching
2012 The Holstee Manifesto
2011 Three Crooners For The Shower
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If you don’t figure out how to make things work from a broader societal perspective, you will pay a steep price for many years.
    —    Brad Smith
President, Microsoft Corp.
As quoted by: Romesh Ratnesar
In his article: “Trust
Appearing in Time Magazine,  dtd:  16 September 2019
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On This Day In:
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2018 Learning About My Humanity
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2016 The Expected Cure
2015 Of Two Minds
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2012 No Sooner
2011 Just Cheesy!
Are You Illin’?

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It’s a simple fact that technology has been weaponized by private companies against democracy.  Corporations are not people.  They don’t have souls.  They’re institutions designed to make money.  And the way the government has always dealt with them is to regulate them to the point where they cease being dangerous to the public.
    —    Barry C. Lynn
Executive Director
Open Markets Institute
As quoted by: Romesh Ratnesar
In his article: “Trust
Appearing in Time Magazine,  dtd:  16 September 2019
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2018 Have You Stretched Today?
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2017 Being Nice
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2015 Born More Obligated
2014 Rage And Fury
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2012 For God So Loved The World
2011 Go Cheeseheads!!
Structured Mentality

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Whoever is careless with truth in small matters, cannot be trusted in important affairs.
   —    Albert Einstein
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2016 I See No Proof
2015 Whither Tea Party?
2014 Nothing Is Known Absolutely
2013 Decoration Time
2012 The Beatitudes
2011 Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
2010 Back On The Asphalt
No Sweep – Rangers Win Game 3 by 4 to 2
Greek Myths For Kids

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Our shared values define us more than our differences.  And acknowledging those shared values can see us through our challenges today if we have the wisdom to trust in them again.
  —    Senator John McCain
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On This Day In:
2018 Committed To Thinking
2017 More Pictures From My (Family) Retirement Party
A Fondness For Sins
2016 Are You Waiting?
2015 The Future Myth
2014 Hands
2013 Because You Have Lived
2012 47%
2011 Conservative Values: Low And Lax
2010 A Non-Zero Sum Game
What If “c” Isn’t A Constant?
2009 Pictures from UCLA trip…

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“Courage is a prerequisite for all leadership,” she [Brené Brown] says.  And it can be taught.  It’s made up of four skills: being vulnerable is the most important, followed by sticking to values, trusting others and persistence.  There can be no courage without vulnerability and no vulnerability without the risk of failure.  “One of the things that we learned in the research,” she says, “is that people who have the skills to get back up from a fall will engage in smarter risks and more courageous behaviors than people who don’t.”
    —    Brené Brown
As quoted by:  Belinda Luscombe
In the article: “America’s reigning expert on feelings, Brené Brown now takes on leadership
Appearing in:  “Time Magazine“,  dtd: 12 November 2018
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2011 A Small Part Of Future Webs

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I prefer butter to margarine, because I trust cows more than I trust chemists.
     —    Joan Dye Gussow
[Happy Birthday, Sis!  This quote made me think of you.  LOL!!    —    Love, Kevin]
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Me, Too

I know God will not give me anything I can’t handle.  I just wish He didn’t trust me so much.
    —    Mother Teresa
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On This Day In:
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2013 The Spirit Of Liberty
2012 The Essential Freedom Of Aloneness
2011 A Problem Of Scale
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2010 Another Book, Another Jog…

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Trust is a transaction between leaders and those they lead.  Throughout our history, the deeply held beliefs of various Presidents have taken the nation into war, delayed the pursuit of peace, alienated allies, appeased enemies.  At other times, presidential beliefs have conquered the continent, freed the slaves, taken us to the moon because the President firmly believed we could get there.  As citizens, it is vital that we be able to believe our President; it is also vital that we know what he believes, and why.  This President has made both a severe challenge.
     —    Nancy Gibbs
From her editorial: “When a President Can’t Be Taken at His Word
Time Magazine,  April 3, 2017
The specific web link is: http://time.com/4710615/donald-trump-truth-falsehoods/
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2010 It’s Gettin’ Deep In Here

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I recall the senior partner of a law firm stressing to younger men and women in his firm the importance of client trust.  One ambitious young lawyer asked how one went about winning trust, and the senior partner said dryly, “Try being trustworthy.”
   —    John W. Gardner
From his book:  “On Leadership
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Never trust any thought you have while sitting down.
    —    Friedrich Nietzsche
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