Category Archives: Respect

Rumination XXXIX – How To Succeed … By Really Trying

The RT’s son recently got a job at a local burger place. Since it was his first job, the RT thought he should offer some fatherly advice about work and work ethic. As the RT pondered these pearls of sage … Continue reading

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Rumination XXV – The Gods of the Copybook Headings

The RT misses his Mama. I lost her 15 years ago, but I still think about her almost every day. Gerry Lou had a sharp mind, keen insight and a rapier wit. Maybe folks will say the same about me … Continue reading

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Rumination XXII – We Must Be VERY Careful

Earlier this week, I posted a photo on Facebook that compared a quotation from a current political figure about the value of the state over the individual with a very similar quote from Adolph Hitler (his quote in the photo … Continue reading

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Rumination XIII – The Greatest Generation

A few months ago, I had the distinct privilege of being part of a “Welcome Home” reception for a group of WWII Veterans at our local airport. Honor Flight, a non-profit group that makes it possible for WWII vets to … Continue reading

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