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The 2K11 24/7 CCCXXII: Superstition

“When you believe in thing that you don’t understand, then you suffer — superstition ain’t the way…” –Stevie Wonder, “Superstition” I’m told daily to knock on wood when I talk about bad things happening to prevent them from coming true. I know people who won’t make a decision without first consulting […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCCXXI: The Danger of Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth

There are some things that genuinely make me sad. The dissolving of a solid friendship when I put a ton of effort into something only to have it fail miserably. Sometimes though, it’s the difficult choices we need to make in life and doing things we  might not want […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCCXIX: Casey-Lite

Some days you wake up and feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders. If you were anything like I was, you probably did! How you feel plays a large role in your daily performance, your personal relations — hell, your life in general! So which of these […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCCXVIII: Flying is for Suckers

Hello from 10,000 or so feet above sea level. I’ve been in this plane a little over a half hour, and I’ve already passed out, drooled, read over my neighbour’s shoulder and wanted to get off the damn plane. You see, I’m bot a big fan of flying. […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCCXVII: Taking Care of Self

Logically, we all know that we need to take care of ourselves to get the most out of life. if we’re sick, we won’t have the strength to do the things we normally do; if we’re exhausted, we won’t be able to learn anything new. We’ll only get […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCCXVI: The Games of Life

Some games aren’t games at all. I don’t really know how it happened, but many of my Christian friends have adopted Settlers of Catan as their unofficial after-church board game. Though Sarah and I didn’t play our first game with anyone from church, we were instantly hooked. It’s […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCCXV: Hindsight’s a Female Dog

It’s a little difficult to sit in the John Harvard bar in Harvard Square, Cambridge (one of the cities in the Boston area) with a bunch of Harvard students, and not think that somewhere along the line I may have made a slight error in judgment. All along, […]

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