Category Archives: Sports

What do your friends say about you?

Dear Joseph: I remember when I played tennis that I always wanted to play people that were better than me. Not because I liked losing, but by playing tough competition I was forced to work harder and play smarter. I … Continue reading

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Chess & Sacrifice

Dear Joseph, You are becoming quite the chess player. I remember when I started playing chess with my dad as a boy and the satisfaction that came when I finally beat him for the first time. I know it won’t … Continue reading

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Time & Consequences

Dear Joseph, The world can be a tricky place and it seems to be getting more complicated all the time. All around us people, who are really good at making wrong behavior and activities look right and things we don’t … Continue reading

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