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What's In a Watch?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 9, 2011, In : Commentary 
We use watches as portable mechanisms to inform us of the time.  But why is time so important if life does not provide us with the travel that goes along with it? If you travel 50 miles from home just to return to it- this means you haven't gone anywhere.  So why the travel?  This is where time becomes a factor to all things relevant in regard to that distance. When we look at or examine a watch we find that there are 12 numbers(can be roman style) and two dials, one hourly and one minute. Th...
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The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, In : Commentary 
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish ...
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Showing category "Commentary" (Show all posts)

What's In a Watch?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 9, 2011, In : Commentary 
We use watches as portable mechanisms to inform us of the time.  But why is time so important if life does not provide us with the travel that goes along with it? If you travel 50 miles from home just to return to it- this means you haven't gone anywhere.  So why the travel?  This is where time becomes a factor to all things relevant in regard to that distance. When we look at or examine a watch we find that there are 12 numbers(can be roman style) and two dials, one hourly and one minute. Th...
Continue reading ...
 

The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, In : Commentary 
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Commentary" (Show all posts)

What's In a Watch?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 9, 2011, In : Commentary 
We use watches as portable mechanisms to inform us of the time.  But why is time so important if life does not provide us with the travel that goes along with it? If you travel 50 miles from home just to return to it- this means you haven't gone anywhere.  So why the travel?  This is where time becomes a factor to all things relevant in regard to that distance. When we look at or examine a watch we find that there are 12 numbers(can be roman style) and two dials, one hourly and one minute. Th...
Continue reading ...
 

The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, In : Commentary 
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

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What's In a Watch?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 9, 2011, In : Commentary 
We use watches as portable mechanisms to inform us of the time.  But why is time so important if life does not provide us with the travel that goes along with it? If you travel 50 miles from home just to return to it- this means you haven't gone anywhere.  So why the travel?  This is where time becomes a factor to all things relevant in regard to that distance. When we look at or examine a watch we find that there are 12 numbers(can be roman style) and two dials, one hourly and one minute. Th...
Continue reading ...
 

The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, In : Commentary 
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Commentary" (Show all posts)

What's In a Watch?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 9, 2011, In : Commentary 
We use watches as portable mechanisms to inform us of the time.  But why is time so important if life does not provide us with the travel that goes along with it? If you travel 50 miles from home just to return to it- this means you haven't gone anywhere.  So why the travel?  This is where time becomes a factor to all things relevant in regard to that distance. When we look at or examine a watch we find that there are 12 numbers(can be roman style) and two dials, one hourly and one minute. Th...
Continue reading ...
 

The point of humble beginnings

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, In : Commentary 
To return home is to (a) underachieve (b) gain completion or (c) become just like your parents?

This would mean that to graduate college has become a wasted plan in mental and financial resource. What was really the point as parents drilled and stressed education as a youngster which evenutally provoked an adult mindset in those younger years? Parents created a burden of stress that was placed on the value of education and cost.  It was those same people that could make your appetite diminish ...
Continue reading ...