Steve McEllistrem

The Devereaux Dilemma

Monthly Archives: December 2016

Losing the War

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We fight many battles in our lifetimes, some of them external, many more internal. We see perceived injustice – the world not operating the way we want it to – and we attack. Sometimes those battles are more easily understood … Continue reading

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Ramblings on Snow

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A single snowflake consists of many trillions of water molecules that form around a tiny particle of dust. A single snowman contains millions of snowflakes. A single snowstorm carries the seeds of thousands of snowmen. We think of snow as … Continue reading

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The Most Important Sense

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Answer quickly now: What’s the most important sense? Sight? Many of you probably said so. I have to disagree. Our sense of touch, which we take for granted, is by far the most important. Yes, the loss of sight or … Continue reading

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