Holding Your Tongue

A young Superintendent hopes to speak the truth; an experienced one hopes to practice wisdom. (4/13/21)

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Doing Best

One Superintendent wants to do what is best; another wants to do what others say is best. (4/12/21)

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Show Me the Money

An eager salesman speaks of research; a prudent Superintendent asks, “What research?”, and reads it. (4/11/21)

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Walk in the Park

One Superintendent hopes nature will walk with him; another hopes he will walk with nature. (4/10/21)

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Opening Doors

One Superintendent speaks of things he is anxious to find, but never finds them; another speaks of things he is anxious to find, but never knows he finds them. (4/9/21)

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Battling Burdens

One Superintendent battles the burden of dying; another battles the burden of living. (4/8/21)

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‘Tremble Like a Flower’

One man works on a golf course because he loves playing golf; another plays golf because he loves working on a golf course. (4/7/21)

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Fresh Air

When a Superintendent pokes holes in greens, breath becomes life. (4/6/21)

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Sharing Courage

One Superintendent encourages with words; another encourages with ears. (4/5/21)

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Strangers (again)

Not all strangers are strange. (4/4/21)

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