life Essay: Inching Along in Life By Don Rush • Aug 25, 2017 creative commons The inchworm caught the eye Delmarva Public Radio Essayist George Merrill who writes it could be a metaphor for his own life -- always catching up with himself, after getting ahead of himself. Essay: The Stillness of Life By Don Rush • May 6, 2016 creative commons Often we get caught up in the day to day events not contemplating the motion around us. Delmarva Public Radio's George Merrill suggests that it is time to appreciate the stillness of life. Essay: The Food of Life By Don Rush • Jun 5, 2015 debbie r / creative commons We think little of the food we eat. But, Delmarva Public Essayist George Merrill writes that we should ponder this wonder of life. Essay: Life for Its Meaning By Don Rush • Mar 30, 2015 creative commons Longevity of life may not be as important as its meaning. Delmarva Public Radio Essayist George Merrill ponders a life well cherished. Essay: Trees, A Symbol of Life By Don Rush • Jan 30, 2015 creative commons As we whisk our way along the roads of Delmarva trees dot the landscape, popping up here and there and running along the highways that we traverse. For Delmarva Public Radio Essayist George Merrill these trees are the symbol of resilience and life. Essay: Time By Don Rush • Sep 16, 2013 physicsworld.com Time is a constant companion as we go through life. Delmarva Public Radio Essayist George Merrill reflects on its journey. Essay: The Legacy of Life By Don Rush • Feb 1, 2013 There are many monuments built for famous people. But Delmarva Public Radio Essayist George Merrill writes the legacy for most of us often lies within those unnoticed moments in our lives.