I follow Tom Brady on Instagram. As I’ve written before, the tough odds, pressure and down days he faced on his path to the NFL is an incredible story about perseverance (here). The NFL draft continues today, and some will see their dreams come true. Others will not. So, I love his recent posts: Remember:
I naturally awoke at 2.30 am on Saturday morning, abuzz and awake. It was a day for my favorite river. A magical time for me is the two-hour drive in the pitch-black morning. I listen to podcasts. It is just the car and I, on a nearly-empty road for as far as I can see.
Pure joy. 16.5″.
Two of our children have gone through college admissions. So, I want to share personal learnings that include great perspectives from so many people. I want to try and pay it forward. So: The goal of adolescence is separation. When I first heard this, I found it profound. And, years later, I find it to be
A few days ago, I took a college trip with one of my children. As we were boarding the plane, the gate attendant swiped our boarding passes. They bounced. We were informed that we couldn’t get on, as our connecting flight was cancelled. No warning via the mobile app. Just cancelled. So, we hung out
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.