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Are you happy with your life?

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Are you happy with your life? The other day I wrote about Radical Simplicity by Dan Price. He simplified his life to the extreme so that he could feel closer to nature and his idea of freedom. While writing that post it got me thinking about a story I have heard many times. (more…)


Radical Simplicity

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Recently, I finished reading a series of books by Daniel Quinn (Ishmael, My Ishmael and The Story of B). These are the most profound books I have ever read and each takes a different approach to teaching the history of how we “got to where we are.” The problem is, these books are so important to me that I do not want to do a simple report on the books and walk away. These books are so important to me that I want to take some time to really get a handle on what they truly mean to me and how I will do and view things differently going forward.

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Making Sense of Me

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Sometimes when you want to grow as a person, it is good to learn about yourself first. In my case, I want to know who the real Kyle Edginton is. I want to know who I am as a man and who I am as a person. Today, I read a book that took me a step closer to uncovering some of that mystery.

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Leaving Sandpiper Apartments in Warner Robins

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

We are getting ready to leave our home at Sandpiper Apartments in Warner Robins, Georgia. In recognition of the good memories that we have had here, my wife, Amelia, created a great little video. I hope you enjoy it. (more…)


Declarations for Children

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

My wife and I have been taking personal development courses for several years now. Most of them have been with T. Harv Eker and Marshall Sylver. Both are stupendous at what they do. During one of our course, it occured to me that I needed to create something that I could use with my kids to help them gain from our experiences on these courses. I decided on a list of declarations that we could all say together before bed. Every night before bed we were already saying prayers, so it was just natural for use to add the declarations to the routine.

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