Morning Reflections…

Many of us have failed to understand the tremendous power of presence. We take for a granted precious moment and celebrate nontrivial issues. Being there when you are needed by loved ones is the most powerful gift you could ever give them. Physical presence is very important. Material things can never replace it no matter how hard we try to…

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My Dad, Muhammad Ali, and Boxers

My Dad loved boxing. On weekends he’d watch the televised matches on tv, before the reign of cable. Mom would cut up bite-sized snacks of fruit or ice-cream. She’d arrange the snacks in an artful mandala pattern on a tray or bowl for me to serve to him, geisha style, while he cheered from the couch. He really got into…

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