Category Archives: Sports

Margaritaville Syndrome

Staying with a thing even when it’s not fun or easy anymore is a useful life skill. So is the humility that lets us know when our pain is our own damn fault. Continue reading

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Not the Easy Way Out

In just about everything, it seems there must be an easier way. Sometimes, the easy way simply cannot take us where we want to go. Continue reading

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More than Conquerors

When we remember that the goal is getting to the Other Side, we might consider that failing a particular obstacle is not actually failure, just re-direction to an alternate path to success. Continue reading

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The Trust Fall

Which requires greater trust: putting your life in the hands of a skydiver or placing your eternal soul in someone else’s care? Continue reading

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Observations in Extra Innings

Even an old cliche can hold powerful truth… and a baseball game can have a larger meaning. Continue reading

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Spoke Van Winkle

Sometimes, the part that’s sore isn’t the only part that needs some rest… Continue reading

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Of Tires, Tubes & Testings

It’s not always easy to find the exact cause of a problem but it nearly always increases the probability of being able to fix it. Continue reading

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