Tag Archives: Living Well

Is Anything Scarier than Dying?

Preempt the haunting of the ‘should’ve, could’ve’ regrets

A roller coaster ride suddenly drops 500 feet. A frantic car horn helps you steer your bike out of the way of an erratic driver. Your tumor biopsy comes back negative. All of these scenarios can precipitate a fear of … Continue reading

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“My favorite things in life don’t cost any money. It’s really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time.”

-Steve Jobs
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”We were not born to survive, only to live.”

- W. S. Merwin
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”God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.”

- Voltaire
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Ann Patchett’s Assessment of the Question, “What Now?”

Taking graduation advice and applying it to our everyday lives

  As spring approaches, and with it, graduations across the country, I like to find the time to reflect on Ann Patchett’s 2008 graduation speech and short book, What Now? A friend gave it to me a while back in … Continue reading

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