I was at the gym a bit ago and exercising next to an older lady. For some reason, we really hit it off. I saw her a second time, and, again, we had a good chat. She shared how her husband, a partner at a law firm, had a heart attack at age 36. This
My friend Nicole de Lisle recently shared on Facebook a Washington Post commentary. It is based on a 2015 speech that former FBI Director Jim Comey gave. It is called: “Why I Require FBI Agents to Visit the Holocaust Museum.” It is a very thoughtful piece (link here). What particularly moved me was this: I require
As I’ve written before, health care to me is a public good and not a strictly private one. I also have a strong opinion of what a just medical system looks like, based on John Rawls’ Theory of Justice, about which I’ll blog in the future. I’m writing this because of something I just read.
The word “lifestyle” is used in a few ways. It sometimes is a euphemism to articulate a high-spend consumption rate. For me, I’m using it to write about what I do to strive for optimum productivity. I’m no Tom Brady, of course. But, I too believe that physical and mental preparation is required to do
Amazing how a negative thought never crossed their minds. True leaders always believe and bring others w/ them https://t.co/FHFWECbk1n — Tristan Pisacane (@tpisacane11) February 10, 2017 What a game. If you’ve ever doubted the power of positive thinking, look at the video up top. No team has ever come back in the Super Bowl from
A major snowstorm today is shutting down the Northeast. I made it to the gym, grocery store and “packy” just before it really started to come down. I’ll be making some homemade guacamole for snacking and some slowly-cooked Tuscan beans with pancetta and sage for dinner. And, I have time to write about immigration. The