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Everything Is Important

Everything Is Important Because It Fuels Our American Economic Engine

No long lines of volunteers on Thanksgiving morning.

Money by itself is not the root of all evil – it’s the love of money that ruins us and makes invisible our true priorities.

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Everything Is Important

The Fastest Way To American Prosperity Is To Join The Rat Race

Thanksgiving, Christmas & Easter morning tradition - "Food For Families" deliveries.
Do small things with great love.

The rat race is the never ending cycle of spending more than we earn.

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Goodness

American Culture Is Built On Speed, Fueled By Big Business And The Internet

Double entendre: Forbes = Business, 400meters = speed

Now is almost becoming too slow. It’s getting so that we want to know beforehand, otherwise, it’s old news. American businesses that survive are nimble. If smart and nimble enough, they make it onto The Forbes 400. As a Master’s 400 meter runner, speed determines world class or not. No other factor, only speed.

Christmas is almost here.

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Goodness

Would Baby Boomers Vote To Change The American Flag?

Will We Ever Change The United States of America Flag?

Would Baby Boomers like to change our American flag design? Ridiculous question. Would Boomers like to be remembered for setting a great wellness example? Brilliant question.

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Thankfulness

An American Soldier

Traveling the world, I see many of our American Military coming and going. I talk with a fair number of them. And because of this, a more present appreciation for what is “happening in the real world”.

Here’s to all of you who’ve I’ve met, and to all those I’ll never meet. God Bless you and your Families. Godspeed.

An American Soldier, by Toby Keith. Click here to watch it.

My Father-In-Law served in WWII and lives in Pennsylvania. My Dad served in Japan during the Korean War, and died of a non-military disease in 2001. I love them both.

And if you do have the time and the guts to watch it, say a prayer for our troops.

PS. And, um, it’s ok to cry.  I did.

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