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Saying Good-bye, and Hello

Saying Good-bye, and Hello
NOTE: This article is a duplicate of the last post from my WordPress site. This is a one-time event.  Earlier this month I received a quiet announcement that Thought For Food had been on WordPress for 10 years. Working with, and guided by an India-based website developer/designer/SEO analyst Radhey Sharma, the new Thought For Food (www.phaelosopher.com), will be an amalgamation and synthesis Read More

A Day of Reckoning; A Cry for Help

A Day of Reckoning; A Cry for Help
Today is one of those “zero” days in my life; a reset day, where we cross the event horizon that marks change. Sometimes we know it when it’s happening. Other times, we don’t. Today I know. What I don’t know is how it turns out. In previous posts I have sounded mild alarms, due to a shortfall of money. It’s personal and business... Read More

Money and Competition: A Dysfunction Duo

Money and Competition: A Dysfunction Duo
I want to thank those who have responded to my call for fiscal Samaritans. I have talked to some and gained an appreciation for how the work I’ve done has touched their lives. Or to put it differently, how they have enriched  their own lives on the strength of choices they made after receiving information that I delivered. The donations and purchases... Read More

Freedom and the Suggesters of Untrue Truths

Freedom and the Suggesters of Untrue Truths
With the celebration of our nation’s independence, the July 4th holiday can be bittersweet if you perceive freedom in a form that is characterized by joyfulness, health, abundance, and are not on constant alert from some perceived threat or “enemy,” whether foreign, cosmic, or within. From microscopic bacteria and meteorites the size of Mount Everest, to plasma bursts many times... Read More

Money Talks: Proclaims Self ‘God’ of This World

Money Talks: Proclaims Self ‘God’ of This World
In the Bible it is written that “The love of money is the root of all evil” (1 Timothy 6:10). From many perspectives, there appears to be much truth to the adage. Yet, in The Kybalion, another book of ancient wisdom, it is written that “all truths are but half-truths.” And while the latter might appear to “dilute” the former,... Read More