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Araneta Coliseum in Manila.

What I’m Learning From Kobe Bryant, Part 2

Posted on February 12

WHAT I’M LEARNING FROM KOBE BRYANT, PART 2 Part 1 Basketball has been a big part of my life. It provided me a scholarship through college and the opportunity to play with a basketball team that played sixty-six games in the countries of Japan, Philippines, Korea, and Taiwan. Ten of those games were against the Olympic teams of those countries. We played basketball to draw huge crowds (three games sold out at 25,000 in the Araneta Coliseum in... more »

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Joe Burrow, LSU quarterback, at a game.

Counting Stars

Posted on January 22

COUNTING STARS Joe Burrow, quarterback for the LSU Tigers, rewrote the record books this year in college football. He threw 60 touchdown passes, led LSU to victory over 6 teams that were rated in the top 10, and will be the number one player drafted by the pros. He accounted for 6 touchdowns in the National Championship game against the reigning champion, the Clemson Tigers. Amazing season! He was once rated a 2-star player. Burrow went to Ohio State,... more »

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A hand reaching out to a higher power, represented by the overpowering light of the sun setting on the horizon. The gesture represents the desire to improve quality of life. From John Ed Mathison's blog "Live Longer or Live Better?"

Live Longer or Live Better?

Posted on October 9

One of the hot topics of discussion today is how we can help people live longer. Between 1900–2003, the average life expectancy of the US rose from 49 up to 78 years. That’s almost a 60% increase. People are living longer.

Posted in Inspirational

A picture of a classroom, with the teacher standing before the students as they listen to the teacher's instructions. The picture fits the theme of John Ed's blog "School is always in session," about the School of Life

School is Always in Session

Posted on August 21

The most important school is the School of Life. We have an opportunity to learn something new every day. Learning is a lifelong process. People reach different levels of progress in the School of Life. Growing older is inevitable—growing smarter is optional!

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