Category Archives: Determination

A Turning Point for Peter Onorati, “The Wedding”

Peter Onorati and Susan Saint James in the “Kate and Allie” episode, “The Wedding“. A Turning Point for Peter Onorati, “The Wedding” By Richard James Mabey Jr. I think that when Peter Onorati’s biography is written, “The Wedding” deserves to … Continue reading

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Peter Onorati Smashes The Myth That “Over 60” Means Retirement

Peter Onorati smashes the myth that “over 60” means retirement, in his dynamic performance of Jack Mumford in SWAT. Peter Onorati Smashes The Myth That “Over 60” Means Retirement By Richard James Mabey Jr. The second episode of SWAT just … Continue reading

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To Find Reedie

Reedie and I from a photo taken on August 8th of 1959. Reedie and I were both five years old at the time. I am on the left hand side. Reedie is on the right hand side. To Find Reedie … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Finding My Childhood Best Friend

My Kindergarten class picture. Brenda is standing, third from the left in the back row. I am standing, seventh from the left in the back row. The Miracle of Finding My Childhood Best Friend By Richard Mabey Jr. Imagine if … Continue reading

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Remembering The Creative Arts Circle

I am proud of the success that the Creative Arts Circle enjoyed. In many ways, it was one of my major accomplishments of my life. Remembering The Creative Arts Circle By Richard Mabey Jr. The Creative Arts Circle was a … Continue reading

Posted in 2001, Accomplishment, Acts of Kindness, Advice to the younger set, Be Strong!, Believe in yourself!, Compassion, Creative Arts Circle, Creative Writing, Destiny, Determination, Divine Protection, Dreams, Encouragement, Faith, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Independent News, Journalism, Journey to Truth, Life's Dreams, Lincoln Park Public Library, Love one another, Memory, Never give up!, NJ, Small Town America, Small Town Weekly Newspaper, Spiritual Lesson, Stand Tall, Wisdom | 1 Comment

To Climb A Mountain

A rare photo of my climb up Steinhauser Mountain. To Climb A Mountain By Richard Mabey Jr. In the early summer of 1966, I had completed the seventh grade. I was 12 years old. I had just spent one entire … Continue reading

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Remembering The Lincoln Park Museum

A photo of myself standing in front of the Lincoln Park Museum. Remembering The Lincoln Park Museum By Richard Mabey Jr. At the dawn of 1996, at the age of 42, my life took on some new and exciting beginnings. … Continue reading

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