Why your “good” credit score costs you $$$$

Do you regularly check your credit score? You do not have to talk with many real estate agents or mortgage brokers before you find somebody with a horror story about a client that lost a deal because of a credit score. Perhaps you know someone who could not buy a home or a car because…

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Am I smarter than a 14-month-old?

“I feel like Nathan,” I said, as I tried to figure out how to get the television to work. My grandson was intrigued with the television remote controls. He picked one up and noticed that a light came on when he pushed a button. He started pushing buttons to see what would make the light…

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Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.

I just watched a video of a “ripped grandfather” doing a work-out routine and saying that age is a state of mind. I agree. In the video, the man states that when he was in his mid-40s he realized that he probably had more years ahead of him than behind him. We get old because…

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Religious Conversions…God’s Perspective

I was walking with Nathan in the stroller Sunday morning and saw a man waiting for a ride. He was dressed in white pants, blue shirt, blue tie, with a white hat hanging down his back from the drawstring around his neck. We spoke to each other and I complimented his appearance. Soon he was…

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Know These Two Things and Healthcare Becomes Clearer

I was riding the bus to work and I overheard a woman talking to a man behind me, “I don’t understand health insurance,” she said. I elected not to interrupt their conversation. There are two things you need to know and suddenly health insurance will make a lot more sense: It is not about your…

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Are You Stuck In Your Own Little World?

We had a destination in mind but no real goal other than to get away. It was after sunset when we arrived at Bay View State Park. It was full. We decided to go to Angel of the Winds Casino. The camper is self-contained so all we really need is a parking space. They had…

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Be Productive in an Unconventional Way

When I was more actively involved in practice, my associate and I went to a continuing education seminar. We were so excited about applying what we learned that we talked about it during the entire 2-hour drive home. We stopped by the office. Four patients had left voice mails that they wanted to be seen.…

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Why Universal Healthcare Is Doomed to Failure in America

The reason can be summed up in one word – mindset. The case of Charlie Gard may be a classic example of the difference between the American mindset and the mindset in UK. Charlie Gard, an 11-month-old infant with a rare genetic condition and brain damage, is considered terminal by doctors in the UK. They…

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If you do not have to think about it, you are not THINKING about it.

If I ask, “How much is 2 + 2?” You respond automatically with 4, if you have memorized your addition, . Is it possible that you create neural connections in your brain that are triggered without “thinking?” Are those connections similar to the wiring of a computer? I believe there is ample evidence that we…

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Have Faith – Check Your Brain At the Door

I made a statement on Facebook that Jesus could not be a Christian, based on the teaching of many preachers these days. I was challenged by a “Christian”. I stated that in my opinion, the main theme of Jesus was judgement. We are not to judge. The reply was to tell me about righteous judgement.…

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