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“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.”—Arthur Conan Doyle

“Really, weren’t these facts just placeholders until the long view could really assert itself?”—David Levithan I’m a journalist, trained, degreed, the whole nine yards. In fact, I stated my illustrious journalism career at the Kansas City Star, the same newspaper where Ernest Hemingway and Walt Disney started their road to fame. The last few years, […]

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The most important question you will ever ask: What are you willing to believe is possible?

“Let your mind be cleared of all the foolish cobwebs which the world would weave.”—A Course in Miracles Let me guess. You probably watched some TV show last night—maybe the season finale of “The Good Wife” or “Game of Thrones” or one of the other hot shows that TV execs like to run on Sunday […]

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“I would rather be out on the fringes with angels and miracles and other wondrous things.”—Richard Bartlett

“Discard the classical mess.”—Bruce Lee Thanks to flat-screen technology, our television sets are no longer shaped like boxes. But they still show us a “box of life” that is limited and constrictive. For every piece of “news” you watch on TV, there are millions of other possibilities. The conscious mind can only pay attention to […]

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