Month: May 2022

Flying High

I started flying lessons this week. It’s not a brand-new hobby. In the mid-80’s I spent several years learning to fly and went as far as the final check ride. When Jen and I moved to Charlotte, we lived too far from the airport for me to stay current. In my prior life, flying was […]

Unscientific Evidence That What We Believe Matters

A few years ago, I was helping kids in a local community race. The children had an obstacle course to navigate, and my job was to offer both direction and encouragement as they ran the course. I was not the only one yelling encouragement. There were lots of us cheering them on, with the typical […]