Monthly Archives: July 2007

Going Home

The recently divorced, fifty-year-old salesman had gone back to see his little foothill-surrounded hometown. All the quaint little houses on the street where he raised were not to be seen. In their place stood a few large, clean, splendid-looking houses, … Continue reading

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Independent in the morning, Independent at your rising, Independent when you look around and see— For yourself and your own thinking, For the facts that you’ll be linking Into action that will get you mastery— O’er your independent progress, O’er … Continue reading

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One Window Less

While on my part-time window-washing job yesterday, the proprietor of the Home-Crafts shop came out and asked me how I was planning to spend Christmas, and since it fell on a Sunday, proceeded to ask me if I was going … Continue reading

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