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The Terrain

The Terrain by Gregg Hake Monsieur Louis Pasteur, Whose theory is de rigeur You’ve caused us all eyestrain- We’ve lost sight of the terrain!

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It’s the principle of the matter

Mountain biking is an incredible sport. It is physically, mentally and emotionally demanding and I love every minute of it. Best of all, it’s something you can do with friends. It is a highly technical sport, demanding balance, strength, agility, … Continue reading

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Side Effects

Various systems of medicine have developed around the world and each possesses its own unique character, emphasis and approach. The overall “shape” of each system reflects in many ways the dominant cultural, political, economic and philosophical forces at work in … Continue reading

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Individual Initiative

The future of the world hangs upon the initiative of the individual. As with our physical bodies, individuals cluster and coordinate into groups of individuals and groups of individuals organize into larger systems, but the health of the body of … Continue reading

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Moving On

If you’ve lived any amount of time on earth, you’ve been hurt by another. Whether the injury was caused by someone near and dear or relatively unknown, the pain is real when hearts are broken, trust is violated or feelings … Continue reading

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The Elegant Solution

Having been moving through one of the most layered and complex “cold/flu” bugs I’ve ever come across over the course of the last week, I cannot help but give thought and credit to one of the greatest marvels of creation: … Continue reading

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