Most of my adult life I haven’t owned a car.
That used to be more true than it is today. Still, I almost never drive. However, without intention, I wouldn’t walk very much either.
Which is a crime.
I’ve found walking to be the perfect antidote for the lethargic perils of the information age.
“Did we move to Seattle and I missed it?” I had quipped to my wife. Looking out my window this morning it seemed it had been raining everyday for the past two weeks. Continue reading
“But when his heart was lifted up and his spirit became so proud that he behaved arrogantly, he was deposed from his royal throne and his glory was taken away from him.” Daniel 5:20 (NASB)
Like many Christians, for little over a week, I’ve been on a pilgrimage; a spiritual journey into Lent. Aided by a respite in my studies, and the calm of closing several of my team’s first quarter initiatives at the office, I’ve been angling for time to reflect on the path I’ve chosen as a technical leader. Continue reading
Shortly after I began my journey with SUNY Empire State College in 2013 I decided to take a hiatus from my formal study of taekwondo and focus on the art of developing information systems. As a result, my physical health declined, my spirit suffered, and naturally my sense of wellness paled. Continue reading
When people look at me today they don’t see a warrior. People are mistaken when they look at someone and believe they know who that person is. It’s a mistake people make every day. Continue reading
“Wait, you actually helped develop the software?” My wife asked curiously, and without accusation. Continue reading
As I settled into my seat, on a flight bound for Washington D.C., I took in a deep breath and paused in reflection; which is a preflight ritual for me on most trips. Continue reading