Monthly Archives: May 2012

Mentors, Part 2

The Taoist masters, it is said, never wrote down their lessons to be read because for them, their ideals, their experiences, their knowledge could only be imparted through the way they lived their lives. In some ways, being a master … Continue reading

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Mentors (Part 1)

You know, I met Dean R. Koontz for the first time in the heat of the summer of ‘89. I had just slipped out of active duty in the US Navy and had won the position of store manager at … Continue reading

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