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Mysteries of the Mind – August 2016

"Good judgment comes from experience. And experience comes from poor judgment."-Will Rodgers Welcome to August's "Mysteries of the Mind" monthly newsletter! "There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he doesn't mind who gets the credit."- A Plaque...

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Mysteries of the Mind – June 2016

This issue features all quotes from famous composers because of my new mini musical made this month and featured at the bottom of the newsletter. It is funny. You will like it. (Photo of Paul and Jerry Springer) Just a few days ago: Jerry Springer and I after the The...

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Mysteries of the Mind – April 2016

"There are no happy endings.Endings are the saddest part,So just give me a happy middleAnd a very happy start."- Shel Silverstein I was having a discussion with my uncle about life and he pointed out that he has found that for him, beginnings are happy and endings are...

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Mysteries of the Mind – March 2016

I missed sending out a newsletter in February. Did you miss me? I spent my time in 8 different states in 4 weeks and lost track of time. It made me think of the great Douglas Adams quote above. Maryland, Montana, Nevada, Utah, California, Oregon, Idaho, &...

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Mysteries of the Mind – January 2016

Welcome to 2016. This month lets chat about creativity, music, finger puppets, archeology, and magic! A new creativity blog had a nice interview with me about creativity. If you already know me, you can skip the first question. Watch Here My favorite question in the...

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Mysteries of the Mind – November 2015

Driving on a moonless night from San Fransisco to the capitol of Nevada in Carson City, I found myself sliding through a heavy snowstorm, surrounded by fog, down an icy hill in a thick forrest outside of the small town of South Lake Tahoe at 7,000 ft. elevation. My...

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Mysteries of the Mind – September 2015

"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."-Marcus Garvey French botanist Jacque Barrow said: "A farmer grows a multitude of identical anonymous plants together in a field, and a gardener cherishes each...

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Mysteries of the Mind – July 2015

"To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man."-William Shakespeare "If I don't practice for a day, I know it. If I don't practice for two days, the critics know it. And if I don't practice for three...

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