“You can turn it off!”

This is a little tricky, because I’m trying to reach you amid the noise and the distraction, right through the telescreen. You may never find the message through all the clamor, or if you do, it will have been an accident that you found this — but what a fortunate accident. And here we are.Continue reading ““You can turn it off!””

Thanks, Dad

Richard W. Bluhm, 96, W2KXD, a Chester resident for more than a half-century, died Sunday, July 19, 2020, after a short illness. He was born Nov. 15, 1923, in Summit, the fifth child of Herman W. and Frances M. (Ryszczynski) Bluhm of Millburn. From an early age Richard was fascinated by the amazing new technologyContinue reading “Thanks, Dad”

Look up into infinite possibilities

Sometimes, when you’re feeling down, the most obvious thing to do escapes you: Look up. There is so much sky there. And the Master Painter has produced so many masterpieces in every direction — sometimes I will take four pictures in six seconds and every one looks different, even though they were taken in theContinue reading “Look up into infinite possibilities”

The Defiant One speaks

In a world cowering behind a mighty wall of fear and anger, the Defiant One strode confidently into the arena. The crowd would have cheered, but the authorities had banned crowds. He strutted pridefully to the center of the vast staging area and looked around at where the thousands of faces would have been. “YouContinue reading “The Defiant One speaks”

7 suggestions in 42 seconds

Live intentionally. How do you fulfill your mission? On purpose. So stay on purpose. Is it time for a change? Too late; while you were asking the question, everything changed. Ride the wind, they say. But what is the wind? An ever-shifting maelstrom of interactions, some intentional, mostly random, some proactive, mostly reactive. The intentionalContinue reading “7 suggestions in 42 seconds”

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