Truly Living

What does it mean to truly live?  This has been a question on my mind for the last ten years.  My conscious and subconscious have chewed up on this question so much that at times I’ve felt like a cow, ruminating upon its cud. Part of this “chewing” has involved trial and error, success and … Continue reading Truly Living

Life Is Much Like Mutton Busting

My daughter is serving a mission for our church. I write her a letter every week, and as I was thinking about and composing my letter to her, it dawned on me that I was also writing a letter to myself. Below I've included some excerpts from that letter . . . ------- I know being … Continue reading Life Is Much Like Mutton Busting

It Has to be Used . . .

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 . . .

The Simple Effects of Ponderizing . . . The First Step in a Principle Based Ketogenic Lifestyle

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