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Shawn Chase
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Love, in all of its intangibility, is a thing of beauty and mystery.  When the connection between two people is so powerful it provides inspiration to others, love is a positive force beyond explanation.  On August 5th of last year, I had the privilege to…
The First Year of Eternity
The First Year of Eternity
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I have shared a number of posts extolling the love and support received from family and friends.  It is a blessing to have such an amazing group who cares for me.  However, my greatest source of strength and true foundation is at home.  My wife is not one…
I Can’t See
I Can’t See
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Not long ago I shared a poem inspired by the remarkable 2016 concert featuring Amos Lee along with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (Feeling The Photons).  The evening was a glorious experience and one which did not cease at the end of the performance.…
The Smile That Paused Time
The Smile That Paused Time
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It took a while for me to see the tremendous value in the practice of yoga.  A lack of understanding led to a complete dismissal without even trying a class.  Truthfully, the lack of understanding translated into a bit of fear and, therefore, a decision…
Mirror Mirror
Mirror Mirror
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National Pharmacist Day occurs annually on January 12th.  You can find a good buddy and celebrate National Shower With a Friend Day on the 5th of February.  Grab your earplugs and ring in the Day of the Gong on June 21st.  Like tacos?  Then October 4th is…
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Dealing with change is a major challenge for me.  Continuing to move forward when routines and schedules are in flux may be my biggest weakness.  While processing a period of change, imagery of a flowing river carrying particles toward its terminus came…
Shifting Sands
Shifting Sands
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The ability of certain smells to stir memories is fascinating.  The scent of Murphy’s Oil Soap puts me in the library of my elementary school where the sour scented soap was used to clean shelves.  The aroma of a pepperoni Totino’s Party Pizza instantly…
Nasal Nostalgia
Nasal Nostalgia
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The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s second annual INfusion Music Festival took place this past May.  One of the festival concerts was very different from the usual live symphony experience.  The first half presented Liquid Interface, a composition by…
Feeling The Photons
Feeling The Photons
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The moon is often very prominent in the sky during my morning commute.  The cool silvery glow is a perfect transitional light from the period of rest and renewal at home to the mentally intense part of the day at work. On one summer morning something in…
Slumber In The Sky
Slumber In The Sky
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Is death an ending or a beginning?  Is it one big event or something small occurring periodically and often?  Is dying a time of sorrow, or a time of healing?  Maybe, death is all of these things collectively. These are the kinds of questions I have…
Let’s Begin Where We Left Off
Let’s Begin Where We Left Off
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