Author Archives: PR Huckans

About PR Huckans

I'm a retired dentist who likes to drive fast, travel, and try to be a good worker, father, husband and Christian. I don't know how well I am doing in each category, but I can drive very fast and I work very hard! You can find out more about me at my author page at Amazon

Pains of Life

When the pain comes, it’s hard to focus on anything else. When the pain saps your strength it’s hard not to be angry. When the pain won’t relinquish it’s hold, it’s hard to remember that this life is only but … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Matter

When something of beauty is deconstructed, it can become something other than what it was intended to be. Take a stately grandfather clock. The ornate beauty, the workmanship, the intricacies of the internal workings are things of wonder. Once seen, … Continue reading

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New Year, New Vision

There are ever increasing multitudes in this world dealing with Alzheimer’s, cancers, long, painful, drawn out illnesses, some while still in the prime of their lives.  Others are trying to cope with the untimely deaths of those they love, senseless … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the Joneses

Especially during this time of year, articles like the one here really push my buttons. “I don’t feel wealthy.” What does wealthy feel like? The sundeck of a yacht, the echo in a mansion, the roar of a private jet? … Continue reading

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Thank You, Veterans

At this time of year I like to thank my father and those like him who served their country. To these people we owe so much more than a single day to mutter a passing “Happy veterans day” while we … Continue reading

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Is Our Best Good Enough?

If you can’t be the best at something, does that mean you shouldn’t try?  I have written three books now (the third soon to be released) and while I am happy with their reception, audience, message and purpose, I just … Continue reading

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Coming Soon!

As I draw nearer to the completion of my third book, I find myself wondering who’s life it might touch. I may never be a best selling author, but I’ve been blessed with wonderful feedback and compliments on my other … Continue reading

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Drawing a Line

At what price morality? What limits do we have when it comes to doing or saying the right thing? Will we go so far as to risk life or limb? How about our careers, wives, family, or friends? There is … Continue reading

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Lofty Thoughts

The following is a wonderful poem by Maltbie D. Babcock that I thought I might share.  The first few stanzas ring with truth about how I view my surroundings, what about you? This is my Father’s world, and to my listening … Continue reading

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Elusive Trust

Another excerpt from my latest book to tease you into reading further: Trust is a difficult beast to master. For me, encumbered as I am with my baggage, it’s nearly impossible. While it is one of the cornerstones to a … Continue reading

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