Monthly Archives: August 2011

The first time I met Reuben was in sixth grade. We shared a math class with Mr. Bonfadini and learned some very important lessons that year. One of which was not to erase too loud, or talk out of turn, or ask to go to the bathroom too much. All of which would consequently send […]

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The most valuable currency these days is now the most difficult to get control over: Time. It is all too easy to get sucked into cyber space or caught up in business and not actually enjoy simply being present–being ‘in the moment’. I’ve made a promise to myself (a mid-year resolution, if you will) that […]

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