Dr. Rob: The Choices We Have to Make Every Day
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Blues at Dawn I don’t dare start thinking in the morning. I don’t dare start thinking in the morning. If I thought thoughts in bed, Them thoughts would bust my head – So I don’t dare start thinking in the … Read More

Al Qaeda, The Enemy – Up Close & Personal
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Al Qaeda, The Enemy – Up Close & Personal   Being escorted on a Jeep through the Golan Heights by Elan, a recently retired military intelligence officer, was one of the highlights of my recent trip to Israel. After a rugged ride … Read More

Dear Mom, Thank You for Your Service in World War II
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    Dear Mom, Even though you have been gone for over 15 years, I feel that I owe you a debt of gratitude for your efforts during World War II. Over the last few weeks, I have been writing … Read More

Dear Dad: About My Panic at the Holocaust Museum
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Dear Dad, I recently left a note for you at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. I expressed my appreciation for your efforts to defeat the Nazis in World War II. I now need to tell you about another extremely powerful … Read More

In the Footsteps of My Father
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In the Footsteps of My Father My father, Albert Pasick, died in 1999 without ever giving me many details about his time in the service.   I knew that he had been a medic in the Army in the Middle … Read More

Five Key Behaviors of Emotionally Intelligent Team Leaders (& Parents)
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  Five Key Behaviors of Emotionally Intelligent Team Leaders (and Parents)  Five Key Behaviors That Emotionally Intelligent Leaders (and Parents) Strive For: Thinking about your team members first; self second. Knowing that development and care for team members is their … Read More

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