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The Power of the Practice: Thanksgiving in the Modern Age

It is not particularly difficult to write about something which one has been seriously considering for six years—give or take a few months—so when JT asked me to write a post he had tentatively titled The Power of Giving Thanks, I immediately agreed. I’m no expert, but I figured that, if anything, I’d have a much harder time editing this post…

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Why I Want to Give Away $1,000,000 (Part 2)

(Photo courtesy of jedimasterbuilder) My office chair is blue, faded in places where the previous occupier rubbed against it. There’s coffee stains in some areas, crumbs and hair and dust bunnies in the crevices between the cushion and the black plastic of the arm rest. It’s my home for at least 14 hours a day. One morning, I opened my excel model…

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