Monthly Archives: April 2014

The lesson of King Sisyphus April 23, 2014

In Greek mythology, King Sisyphus was apparently a pretty nasty fellow.  When Zeus had finally had enough, he arranged a punishment in which Sisyphus had to roll a massive boulder up a steep hill.  However, it would always roll away from him back down the hill, thereby requiring him to spend eternity engaged in this…

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Where this is going April 2, 2014

There’s a lot to like about retirement.  Every day seems like Saturday, not that there isn’t plenty I need to be doing.  If I don’t get something done, however, there is always tomorrow because the deadlines are usually my own.  To do lists are also a lot less intimidating.  They’re not as long and more…

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