Changing On Purpose

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I’m not a big fan of New Year’s Resolutions. They generally don’t work. Research backs me up: According to the University of Scranton’s Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45% of Americans make some kind of New Year’s resolution. Guess how many say they made any progress on those resolutions? Eight percent. Part of that is just a cop out to the …

Our Strongest Weakness

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Twenty years ago I managed to worm my way into the dusty, cluttered woodshop of Rude Osolnick on Poverty Ridge in Berea, Kentucky. Rude was an artist in wood, renowned around the world for his graceful and delicate woodturnings. On the lathe, he had mounted a burl of maple. Scarred and pockmarked, its appearance would suggest it was better tossed …