Month: March 2020

Issue 23: With Height Comes Perspective

Fellow Corona Virus Navigator, In an earlier edition we showed a picture of our boat radar feed which enabled us to “thread the needle” between huge storms at sea, illustrating that “Navigation Makes a Difference.”  So it is with our latest storms of American life — RESILIENCE helps us navigate the “social distancing,” the widespread …

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Draw From Your Well of Courage

“At intervals between a bomb falling it sounded like church:voices from nearby slit trenches all chanting the Lord’s prayer together– over and over again.  Louder when the bombs hit closer.” ~Veteran Army Air Force Bombadier and Olympic Runner Louie Zamperini,recounting the Japanese bombardment of U.S. forces,as recorded in Unbroken by Lauren Hildenbrand. COURAGE is not …

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Issue 22: Bouncing Back From A Cancer Diagnosis

Fellow Traveler, Prayerfully, you are having a great week. Two weeks ago we addressed “The Expectation Trap,” recognizing that expectations are one of the key sources of stress in our lives.  We saw that dealing properly with expectations is key to resilient living.  So guess what!  I actually read my own newsletter and felt I …

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The Hate Bus

We noticed the very attractive and distinguished older couple facing toward us from their table at the small restaurant in Gerrards Cross, England.  Kathleen and I were new to town, just having moved to England to attend the Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS) in London. Anxious to meet new friends and learn more about …

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