I started this blog quite a few years ago. It's been sitting here for over four years, patiently waiting for me. And, now, I feel that it is time. One of my heroes, Albert Schweitzer, said, "Impart as much as you can of you spiritual being to those who are on the road with you, … Continue reading A Place for the Spiritual
There is an old Jewish tale about a soap maker who did not believe in God. One day as he was walking with a rabbi, he said, “There is something I cannot understand. We have had religion for thousands of years. But everywhere you look there is evil, corruption, dishonesty, injustice, pain, hunger, and violence. … Continue reading It Has to be Used . . .
It was a very nice evening. The weather cooled down to a nice 87 degrees with a cool breeze that made sitting on the porch watching the animals quite nice. My wife is recovering from surgery and finally felt like sitting outside. Every once in a while, we let the horses graze the backyard with … Continue reading Sunday Evening By the Pond
Got a chance to spend the day with the family and the horses
One of the most relaxing things I have found over the years, is spending time with my family and my horse out of doors. Each year the American Endurance Ride Conference and the Arabian Horse Association sponsors a number of Endurance Rides around the state of Arizona. This weekend was the "Lead, Follow or Get … Continue reading The Doc & The Horse at McDowell Mountain Fun Ride
If zombies attack tomorrow, just go to Costco. They have concrete walls, years of food, acres of supplies, and zombies cannot get in without a Costco membership.
The story of Abigail and David is one that has come to hold great meaning for me. I thought that I'd summarize it here. David was living and hiding out in Carmel with his men, on the run to avoid being killed by King Saul. David found out that Nabal, a very wealthy man from … Continue reading Abigail and David . . . What the Story Really Means
I have found, over time, that happiness in life seems to be the greatest when I strive for balance in the three basic aspects of life: Mind, Body & Spirit. Yes, I am a physician, and I spend the majority of my day applying advise and treatment plans that have been demonstrated to be effective … Continue reading The Simple Effects of Ponderizing . . . The First Step in a Principle Based Ketogenic Lifestyle
"We're going to a place where daylight savings doesn't exist . . . We're going to Arizona . . .!"