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While on a recent trip to Washington, D.C., where I did a series of seminars, I visited the Jefferson Memorial.
A memory from many years ago came back the other day when I was in Washington, D.C., doing a series of seminars.
Ever since my family immigrated to the United States from Israel in 1956, I have felt a great sense of patriotism for the country.
After doing a seminar in the Washington, D.C., area recently, I drove by the Washington Monument. What an amazing monument to an amazing man -- George Washington, the father of the United States of America.
On a recent speaking trip to the Washington, D.C., area, I stopped by Ford's Theatre.
Recently, when conducting a series of seminars in the Washington, D.C., area, I stopped by to see the White House.
Since words are previews of things to come, I got to thinking the other day about the importance of words.
After a seminar in Bonita Springs, Fla., I found myself waiting for my flight back to the West Coast. I was at the Ft. Myers Airport.
After a recent speaking engagement in Baltimore, and before flying back to the West Coast, I stopped by the beautiful harbor in that city.
Between recent speaking events in Delaware and Maryland, I took some time to stop by the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. The town of Annapolis, on Chesapeake Bay, is a quaint and beautiful community.
On a recent speaking trip to Rochester, N.Y., I had an opportunity to visit the George Eastman House. Yes, the George Eastman who created Kodak -- the films, the cameras and so much more.
The last time I experienced being in a kayak was in Israel, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, when I was 8 years old.