My Niece’s Question About God

by Tim Berry

What a week. Steve Jobs, may he rest in peace. On Wednesday we distributed my stepmother’s ashes. That same day my brother’s wife buried her father. After our ceremony in Cape Cod, my brother said his daughter had asked: “why does God make people get old and die?” Nobody there could answer that question. Several... Read More »

If You Should Have Done it Then, Do It Now

by Tim Berry

I really like this: The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now. As you can tell from the illustration here, that’s an African proverb, and I got it from Jim Connolly on twitter, and he got it from Paul Sherwen, also on Twitter. (Aside: this is... Read More »

Lost Generation, Great Short Video

by Tim Berry

My thanks to Garr Reynolds of Presentation Zen for posting about this brilliant two-minute video, from youtube, that speaks for itself. It has a real twist to it. If by any chance you don’t see that here, you can click this link to go to the original on youtube.  Read More »

Understatement Department: Summer Jobs

by Tim Berry

Check out Now I Feel Better About my Summer Job on Part Time Perfectionist. Read More »

Experience and Judgment

by Tim Berry

Old saying, heard on the street: "Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment." Read More »