I read lots of magazines. One of them is Fortune. Because I want to know more about business. Yes, I know its point of view differs from mine. But, I still read it. And, the newest editorial blew me away. Because it was so glib and so wrong.
I admit it. I’ve chosen the wrong one. Not just to marry- but, even to date.
And, I am sure- if you are still single- you are hoping to find the right one with whom to spend the rest of your life. And, being the techie that I am, I wonder why there is no formula to determine who that might be…
It’s the next to last day of Elul. As I wrote on the first day, when the period of self-assessment begins, we are 30 days into the 40 day period of determining how we can make our lives- and the lives of others- better. (You can also search for Elul in the index to the left and see more of my thoughts on this “resolution-making” period.)
We all know that learning a language is much easier when we are younger. Learning two languages (one would be your native one) means it will be much easier to learn a third or even a fourth (regardless if they are or are not related to one another).
So, another one of those blessings that has come about from Obamacare (there are many that are easily demonstrated)- even though this is more a byproduct than a design- is that our medical lab results are now coming to us in a fashion that most of us can understand. (I do believe that is the longest sentence I have ever written!)