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July 3, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

Loss For Words

The above image, Depths Of Passion is also available as a Desktop

Today's song is Right On The Tip Of My Tongue by Brenda & The Tabulations, released in 1971.

Sometimes in a tense conversation many words may be spoken and most of them are not the words that should have been said. We can learn from those situations and learn to be more precise and concise in our communications. For instance...

During a romantic encounter, if you feel you love someone, just tell them. Don't avoid those words, let the words flow from your heart.

The recent time spent with my daughter and granddaughter ended on Monday afternoon. All here had such a great time together. My granddaughter and I bonded more this time around and we laughed together so many times.

I speak to my granddaughter a lot when I'm with her. She may not understand everything, but she understands the important things I say to her. I see it in her eyes and feel it in her hugs.

This is the way I bonded with our daughter when she was an infant too. Now she is almost 31 years old, her eyes and hugs still show love for me the same way as then.

One of the last phrases I use to end my conversations with those I love is to say, "I love you".

Love is worth conveying as often as possible. There were times in my life I should have said "I love you" and didn't. For words not spoken then, I suffered a loss. I learned not to lose again.


Happy 4th of July to those of you that celebrate the holiday. It is my favorite holiday of the year!


I found the site, Rampant Mac by an old online friend, Scott Chitwood.


Here is a YouTube video showing how to use a cool new feature of Google Maps. This should come in handy for the additional maps I've been waiting to publish.

My friend and mentor, Gene Weed, has published the final YouTube video of his 2007 ZGI Film Festival feature, My Nightmare, My Miracle, by K. G. Davis.


Did you buy or will you buy an iPhone? This article speculates on its impact. Another author states we need a new network for better performance.

I published a new image for my Time Out Of Mind iPhone Pictures page:


Bob Springer sent me a PowerPoint show of Winter scenes. If you get too hot this Summer, think of these pictures.


The 2007 InfoWorld Compensation Survey.


The Myths of Innovation.

For those of you working at Microsoft, here's the definition of innovation. ;-)


There was no loss of words for ending this message with the following Digital Insight.

Emergence (Created in July 2003)

Some of my friends share deep secrets with me and I with them. Some secrets reveal the issues we've faced or are facing in life. Some people try hard to find their own path; others initially want someone else to lead them to the truth. Those in the latter group will eventually join the former when they realize it's the only way to true resolution.

I'm a big believer that each person needs to find their own inner serenity, in their own way, in their own time and pace. I'm there if needed, as a positive supporter of their quest. Not as a counselor, just a friend. I do not attempt to provide them a solution to their troubles. Their search for accountability does not exist externally. Only from within their own being will they find peace, understanding, and love.

It's my interpretation in the image to express what it's like when a person breaks free of the self-imposed bounds and their Spirit stretches out unrestricted into the open.

Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"A long road traveled through winding dark canyons, breaks out to the open plain."


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