• Posted: July 21, 2020
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Making a Commitment to Myself

Have you had a bad breakup in your past? I don’t think we ever go through life without at least one. It could be a partner or it could be a friend. In those moments, I try not to blame anyone or focus on things that went wrong. That stuff just leads to anxiety or […]

  • Posted: July 16, 2020
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  • Word Count: 529 words
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One is the Loneliest Number or Why Harry Nilsson is the Best

Just clearing things up, One is written by a talented musician. His name is Harry Nilsson and has probably penned at least one of your favorite songs. He is the most talented songwriter who most people don’t know. Nilsson recorded a cover of Everybody’s Talkin’ which became the theme to Midnight Cowboy. Ironically, this cover […]

  • Posted: July 14, 2020
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  • Word Count: 546 words
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One Book that Changed my Life

There are a few moments that occur in our life that we know are special. They change us fundamentally. The way we think about ourselves or how we think about the world. One was learning about Buddhism. One was reading a Brief History of Time One was the Mars Rover landing on Mars One was […]

  • Posted: July 9, 2020
  • Time to Read: 3 minutes
  • Word Count: 582 words
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On Writing about Mathematics and Rethinking G.H. Hardy

Early on, I wrote about G.H. Hardy reflecting on some quotes. In the first piece, I talk about is it better to burn out or fade away. Remarking that Hardy would not like me because I meandered and have not accomplished much in my life of any importance. He liked exceptional people and I don’t […]

  • Posted: July 7, 2020
  • Time to Read: 3 minutes
  • Word Count: 658 words
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Top 5 Most Popular Posts Round Up

Hi everyone, I’ve written on this blog for more than a year now. I never acknowledged any anniversary. I started writing in 2018. I did so with much trepidation. I had picked up the URL but I didn’t know what to do with it. I often thought of passing it on to some organization. […]