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Michael Reisig

November, 2015

  • 18 November

    The Good and The Bad of Madness

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – As we look at our world lately it seems as if madness has managed a foothold in the sanity of every day life. While the overall madness of this ball of dirt and water seems to be growing in leaps and bounds, I’m reminded that it is really nothing new with the boundaries of human psyche. ...

  • 12 November

    Choices

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – The lucky people are the ones who can look back on their lives and say there’s very little they would change. But they’re few and far between. The truth is, birth and death aren’t the big issues – those are mostly things you have little say over. It’s the stuff in between that matters. That’s always ...

October, 2015

  • 29 October

    I Need, I Need, I Need…

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – For all the wisdom of the gods I fail to understand their concoction of greed in the nature of man. I understand that greed is somewhat of a generator in the psyche of mankind – it drives us to perform and accomplish. It is one of the great forces in the world. But for every board ...

  • 21 October

    Being a Survivor

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – I like to consider myself someone not easily surprised. In this world there are generally two kinds of people – those who are ahead of the curve and those who are behind it. Folks who are behind the curve are always complaining about life biting them in the rear – they just can’t understand how they ...

  • 13 October

    Food, Drugs, and Greed

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – LITTLE ROCK – The value of produces exported by Arkansas companies went down by 4.1 percent last year, but the long-term trend for exports remains positive. In 2014 Arkansas sent $6.9 billion worth of goods to overseas markets. That is a drop from the previous year, when Arkansas exports totaled $7.2 billion. However, it was 30.2 ...

September, 2015

  • 29 September

    Ego and Politics

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – Real personal change cannot actually occur without the painful process of self-criticism, and that requires trimming the hedges of ego and self-aggrandizement. You have to actually hold what’s good for others above your own needs. That’s tough… The current presidential race is a grand example of the mountains and the wastelands of ego – the good, ...

  • 22 September

    Ego and Politics

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – Real personal change cannot actually occur without the painful process of self-criticism, and that requires trimming the hedges of ego and self-aggrandizement. You have to actually hold what’s good for others above your own needs. That’s tough… The current presidential race is a grand example of the mountains and the wastelands of ego – the good, ...

  • 8 September

    Coincidence…

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – “Well look who I’ve run into,” said Coincidence with a smirk. “Please,” murmured Fate, offering an insightful smile. “It was meant to be.” “Get a room, will you!” growled Pessimism. I believe there is more physical energy in coincidence than we imagine – it’s really life showing us what we need to know, and giving us ...

August, 2015

  • 31 August

    Man…

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – I love mankind. It’s people I can’t stand – Charlie Brown Amen, Charlie. Amen… The longer I live on this planet, the less respect I maintain for my fellow man. We live in a time where there seems to be a growing shame to the parameters of this creature, man. We can’t seem to find enough ...

  • 25 August

    Bad Politicians and Bad Deals

    BY MICHAEL REISIG – It doesn’t matter whether you’re a liberal or a conservative, the safety of America and the balance of international weaponry to maintain that safety should be foremost in our minds, and the minds of our leaders. Under the new “nuclear” agreement our president has struck with Iran, a contentious, violent country will be permitted to continue ...