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David, Ed.D. replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion The art of being larger than life.
"To me the best examples of larger-than-life men are those in our lives rather than any Hollywood or sports star.  It is also difficult to label historical figures as larger-than-life because all we know is the legend rather than the man. …"
Mar 17
Samuel Cobb replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"I mostly run while doing some light lifting for the sake of toning up.  High cholesterol and heart problems run high on both sides of my family.  I have found that I've been able to control my counts by staying active.  When I…"
Mar 15
Steve Fine replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Looking good naked is a worthy ideal. Looking good on the beach - especially as you get older. The old fat bald guy is a cliche I don't want to be. But aging is something I embrace as long as I can control the aches and pains that go with it.…"
Mar 14
Pale Horse replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Yeah, I'm sort of a bug like that."
Mar 11
Rebekah replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"I knew there was a better example, just didn't have time to conduct a thorough search."
Mar 11
Pale Horse replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
Mar 11
Rebekah replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
Mar 11
Rebekah replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Yeah, I basically just don't work my legs anymore.  I should have objected when the trainer started me on lunges and the leg press. But now I have back boobs."
Mar 10
John Muir replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"I want to be one of those guys that's 70 that can still wear the pants he wore when he was 30. I'm almost 40, so for me it's about maintenance. I'm trying to focus on maintaining muscle mass, flexibility, and balance - all of…"
Mar 7
John Muir replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Quads, probably. They grow quick "
Mar 7
Rebekah replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"something did; the pants got tight pretty soon after I started at the gym, don't seem to get much worse or much better"
Mar 7
David, Ed.D. replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"There are many of us who do not like cardio.  I like walking."
Feb 25
David, Ed.D. replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"I have only started up again and I do like the changes I am seeing and feeling.  I wonder whether I will reach a point of satisfaction?!"
Feb 25
David, Ed.D. replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Look the age you act and feel!! Great goal"
Feb 25
Adrian Miranda replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Two goals 1) I would like to reach a sub-50 resting heart rate 2) I would like to  "wow you don't  look that old' because i certainly do not act my age."
Feb 25
Rick Stevens replied to David, Ed.D.'s discussion What your goal? in the group Exercise
"Jeff, I have been working out since 2005.  I was benching 300lbs but had to back off as my shoulders started bothering me.  Chest and arms are my favorite. Cardio is my least favorite but I will ride my bike or do tennis for that.  I…"
Feb 24

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Interests
Faith and faithfulness; Living a good simple life; Becoming the man of God's dreams.

Gardening, Fitness, Dogs (particularly labs), and the less popular sports like lacrosse and rugby.
Books
I read more short stories than novels. I like historical fiction, memoirs, and (auto)biographies.
Movies
I love movies. Have recently discovered the Criterion Collection -- a list of must-see exemplary films.
Music
1980's and early 1990's.

I am learning more about jazz and the blues.
Quote
In the end, we shall have had enough cynicism and skepticism and humbug, and we shall want to live life more musically. --Vincent van Gogh

I have learned to give not because I have much, but because I know the feeling of not having. --Unknown

Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time. And all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle. Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing. --Shakespeare's MacBeth

Philippians 2:12b "continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling"

Acts 10:15 & Acts 11:9 ‘Do not call anything impure that God has made clean.’

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At 9:04pm on January 25, 2014, John said…

thanks for your comments on country life and self sufficiency and definitely dont want to be in the "did it when i retired" club.....

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