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Ding, Dong (a poem in one part)

Ding, Dong   I was all agog with Ding-dong bells loosed inside my Dull cranium spinning with plans to Wed in May or February or September and What have you, all. She was/is my Strindberg girl, Ms....

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Say Bye-Bye to Daddy

In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt is away from the baby and wondering what makes a dad a dad. ♦◊♦ I have been trying to teach my daughter to wave. I say goodbye, wave, step out of the...

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Questioning Culture: Shades of Existential Gray

How do we distinguish what we want from what we need? Shades of existential gray are evident in our pursuit of meaningful lives. How do we differentiate between necessity and luxury? How do we...

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Learning to Live With Dread

Matthew Rozsa shares his secret for not worrying about the end of world and everything else that makes him anxious. ___ Every morning I wake up with a sinking feeling in my gut. If the day goes well,...

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A Man and His Dog: The Story of Bixby

The Good Men Project interviews Mike Minnick, who has been cycling across America with his dog Bixby. Have you heard about the cyclist who’s been crisscrossing America with his dog in tow? His name is...

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L’Chaim: The 18th Anniversary of the Day I Was Nearly Murdered

Exactly 18 years ago on this day, I nearly died. A somewhat morbid reflection on everything that has happened since.   As I’ve discussed in an earlier article, I was the victim of an anti-Semitic hate...

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Say Bye-Bye to Daddy

In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt is away from the baby and wondering what makes a dad a dad. ♦◊♦ I have been trying to teach my daughter to wave. I say goodbye, wave, step out of the...

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Questioning Culture: Shades of Existential Gray

How do we distinguish what we want from what we need? Shades of existential gray are evident in our pursuit of meaningful lives. How do we differentiate between necessity and luxury? How do we...

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Learning to Live With Dread

Matthew Rozsa shares his secret for not worrying about the end of world and everything else that makes him anxious. ___ Every morning I wake up with a sinking feeling in my gut. If the day goes well,...

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A Man and His Dog: The Story of Bixby

The Good Men Project interviews Mike Minnick, who has been cycling across America with his dog Bixby. Have you heard about the cyclist who’s been crisscrossing America with his dog in tow? His name is...

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L’Chaim: The 18th Anniversary of the Day I Was Nearly Murdered

Exactly 18 years ago on this day, I nearly died. A somewhat morbid reflection on everything that has happened since.   As I’ve discussed in an earlier article, I was the victim of an anti-Semitic hate...

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Believing in Free Will Makes You Feel More Like Your True Self

Embed from Getty Images By Elizabeth Seto Do we have free will? This is a question that scholars have debated for centuries and will probably continue to debate for centuries to come. This isn’t a...

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A Man’s Obstacle is the World

Embed from Getty Images I don’t do very much. It wasn’t until recently that I learned to forgive myself for this. Sometimes I feel I might even embrace myself as someone who abstains from doing...

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Blowing Bubbles on my 63rd Birthday

— A journalist once asked Albert Einstein: “What is the most important question we can ask?” Albert’s reply: “Is the universe a safe place?” Got to hand it to Albert. He knew how to ask the big...

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Say Bye-Bye to Daddy

In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt is away from the baby and wondering what makes a dad a dad. ♦◊♦ I have been trying to teach my daughter to wave. I say goodbye, wave, step out of the...

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Questioning Culture: Shades of Existential Gray

How do we distinguish what we want from what we need? Shades of existential gray are evident in our pursuit of meaningful lives. How do we differentiate between necessity and luxury? How do we...

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Learning to Live With Dread

Matthew Rozsa shares his secret for not worrying about the end of world and everything else that makes him anxious. ___ Every morning I wake up with a sinking feeling in my gut. If the day goes well,...

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A Man and His Dog: The Story of Bixby

The Good Men Project interviews Mike Minnick, who has been cycling across America with his dog Bixby. Have you heard about the cyclist who’s been crisscrossing America with his dog in tow? His name is...

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L’Chaim: The 18th Anniversary of the Day I Was Nearly Murdered

Exactly 18 years ago on this day, I nearly died. A somewhat morbid reflection on everything that has happened since.   As I’ve discussed in an earlier article, I was the victim of an anti-Semitic hate...

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Believing in Free Will Makes You Feel More Like Your True Self

Embed from Getty Images By Elizabeth Seto Do we have free will? This is a question that scholars have debated for centuries and will probably continue to debate for centuries to come. This isn’t a...

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