Attitude Is Everything by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on February 24, 2008 by Arthur Caliandro

For many years I have spent my summer vacation on a small Maine island. I became good friends with Charlotte, the original owner of the cottage. She was a bright, alert, witty and with-it woman, a fun person to be with. We developed an early summer ritual. When she would see a light in my cottage, meaning that my family and I were there, she would drop in and we would get caught up on each other’s lives.

Do Good for No Reason by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on February 10, 2008 by Arthur Caliandro

Mark Twain had a unique perspective on doing good. He said, “Always do right. Some people will be gratified, and the others will be astonished.” Doing good – with no expectation of reward – can revolutionize your life. You will be transformed.

Live to Learn by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on February 3, 2008 by Arthur Caliandro

I am saddened whenever I hear someone display little interest in learning more about life and about himself or herself. To attempt the difficult and sometimes painful task of answer­ing life’s tough questions is a burden which some people would rather avoid. However, the person who shuns that task is usually a problem to himself as well as to others. He is turned inward instead of outward to life.