Guest Column Dr. Patricia L. Pasick: Supporting the Survivors of the Rwandan Genocide
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    Finding your purpose in life is a major theme we revisit often in our lives.  Over the past 10 years, my wife and life partner, Dr. Patricia Pasick, has been involved in a project which has been deeply meaningful to … Read More

Dr. Rob: Oy, The People You Will Meet
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  My favorite graduation speech is not actually a speech at all. It is a delightful book written by Dr. Seuss when he was 87. It’s entitled: Oh, the Places You Will Go. Although I’m not yet 87, and I am … Read More

Dr. Rob: Dear Grandpa Izzie
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Dear Grandpa Izzie, Every April, when the Tigers usher in Spring, I think of you and your joy of baseball. I wrote this little children’s story for you, about Mark Fidrych, a great Tiger pitching sensation who arrived on the … Read More

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

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