Tag Archives: Highland Community College

A Short Walk in a Garden of Hearts

A short walk with a toddler riding on your shoulders is a mighty fine way to move a day toward its slow ending… Continue reading

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In Praise of Teaching

My life has been and continues to be blessed by many teachers; may God bless them as well! Continue reading

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Keeping On Course

When we make good choices and hang out with good people, good things happen… even in the midst of tragedy. Continue reading

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Young People These Days

My friend and colleague, B. J. Smith, is teaching a Lifetime Fitness class in our Summer Blitz program. He snagged one of our personal trainers, Tom Martin, and me on Monday. “What are you doing for the next couple of … Continue reading

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Running the Race

It’s a simple fact: when a sixty-year-old man in less than terrific condition runs two 5K cross country obstacle races in one day, there will be pain! Continue reading

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Mercy Triumphs over Judgment*

I like B. J. Smith. I like him a lot. And that makes it much easier for me to desire mercy. And those who sow mercy will reap mercy. Whether they like B. J. or not… Continue reading

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A Heart-Healthy Lunch

The best exercise we can get is when we combine compassion and physical activity to help make things better for those around us. Continue reading

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