Tag Archives: Truth

The Light from Within: A Letter

  “My friend, do not lose yourself in blinding faith. Find yourself through sparks of insight. You will then advance toward the soothing flame of enlightenment. “Life, at all levels of abstraction, can be visualized as Chakras, or circles of … Continue reading

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Another ‘Swing of the Pendulum’

Prophetic. Arrogant, offensive, but prescient. He said it, and did it. Take a deep breath…the name calling, nasty, divisive, financially irresponsible outsider did it. But just how did he do it? Friends call me up to commiserate.  Some are very … Continue reading

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Introspection: A Compulsion for Truth

Almost a month since my last blog. Seeking inspiration, perhaps…the above message from His Holiness the Dalai Lama (HHDL) and my almost involuntary response to him are, I think, worthy of more thought and diligent introspection. How self-aware can one … Continue reading

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Review: The Day After Roswell

(A 13.5 minutes NBC Clip on the Roswell incident with the late Col. Philip J. Corso) An astoundingly detailed and engaging memoir, written in a frank, lucid style, one most interesting, especially for an engineer and a researcher. Its complex … Continue reading

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A Probationary Officer’s Interest in Indian Culture

A sequential excerpt from Humbling and Humility Sid’s query, about clarifications members may need regarding the counseling group and sessions, pulled me back to the day’s session from troubled memories. No, I thought, recalling Sid’s wife-in-bed-with-another question, I had not … Continue reading

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Arrest, Prosecution, and Education: A Humbling Journey Begins

An excerpt from “Humbling and Humility” – the prologue. Education is the inculcation of the incomprehensible in the indifferent by the incompetent. –John Maynard Keynes Walking in, on a pleasant southwest December afternoon, to my court-ordered intervention program, I harbored … Continue reading

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