So much of life is predicated on a promise of someday.
We date because someday we’ll find that special someone. We get an education and a degree because someday we’re going to have a career and make a living. We write journals because someday we’re going to look back on our words and realize how far we’ve come.
The flaw in waiting for our someday is that it takes us out of the present. We set our sights an someday and never deviate from that course, because someday it will pay…Continue
We have a wood burning stove in our home. It is one of my favorite things in our house. We have our reading chair sitting next to it, and I enjoy sitting here to read and meditate in my spare time.
Lately though, my peaceful little corner has been intruded upon. Birds have been exploring the inside of our chimney and several of them have been unable to escape. The sound is horrible, they screech and scratch and flail their wings in fear. The poor lost birds are disoriented and anxious…Continue
No not that Mike Myers.
Michael Lynn Myers was born in Southern Illinois in 1950. He was raised in poverty, lost both parents at a young age, got drafted, and spent much of his young adult life traveling around the country taking odd jobs. He met my mom in Colorado Springs in the early 1970's and soon after convinced her to marry him.
Mike Myers is my dad.
He is also the father to my 5 brothers and 3 sisters. If you have 9 children in your family people ask "from 1…Continue
Thomas Siebel is a computer science and engineering genius. He has leveraged his talents in this arena into a successful and extremely lucrative career. He sits on boards at universities such as Stanford, Princeton, and Cal Berkeley. And yet, somehow Thomas has found time to be a giver. Siebel supports many notable and worthy causes which has landed him near the top of every philanthropist list there is. I wish to outline a project I have seen in motion. A project which I have seen do much…Continue