by Richard We like to think of ourselves as being beings of free will. We decide what we’ll do, when we’ll do it and why we’ll do it. Sounds good so far, yeah? Okay, sure, there are those who argue for the importance of what was done to you in the past, or what your [...]Share on Facebook
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by Richard Forty years of multiple sclerosis. A bout with breast cancer a decade ago. Osteoporosis. Osteoarthritis. Through it all, Mom managed to stand stronger than any disease. She took whatever life threw at her, spit in life’s eye and dared it to do more. It took meningitis to lay her out flat on her [...]Share on Facebook
by Richard Couch potatoes beware. The exercise goons (hello!) are coming to get you. As a sofa spud in long-standing training myself, I know the lure of a perfectly indented cushion, contoured to and by your butt. I also am coming to understand the need for brain use beyond just moving my thumb around on [...]Share on Facebook