Category: Toshiba America

Organizational Subconsciousness and Unconsciousness

I was thinking about some of my old workplaces. Let’s take a quick trip down the rabbit hole now… The Apostle Paul (Saul of Tarshish) taught us – Romans 12:4 International Standard Version (ISV) 4 For we have many parts in

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I woke thinking of Hope this morning

Alabama pulled through yesterday. Restored is my belief in the America I grew up with. An America of Hopes and Dreams. An America which will pause to do the right thing. An America which makes mistakes, but an America which

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Today is Pearl Harbor Day

…a day that will live in infamy. For me, that is ancient history, and I love Japan. Growing up, I was taught the Germans and Japanese were our enemies, because my mother was from England and my father from America.

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Thirty-three if

The beginning of this month would’ve been my 33rd wedding anniversary, if I had stayed married. Officially the marriage failed after 30 years, but realistically it failed after 25. I had 5 years of descent in which I had already

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They say that travel broadens the mind

Why is it so many are so narrow minded? What percentage of Americans never travel more than 100 miles from home? (Is this just Americans? Perhaps the world is narrow minded.) I am not sure… I do know that spending

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The Crippled Vessel

It could never happen to me… that was what I thought. Twelve hours ago I was told I was to lose my arms. I knew the storm was bad, and at times it DID seem futile to keep rowing. Regardless,