As someone who does a great deal of thinking, I have been thinking about what it means to be married. I should mention that I was married a little more than a week ago. I should also mention that this is the second time I have been married. I am pleased to be married, and… Continue reading Historically married
Priorities change as we travel through life; the growth of my child is going to remain on top!
Technology really does suck. That’s a lead-in to a minefield, and yes, I’ll give it a shot, but where shall I start? I could address how it makes the jobs of education exponentially more difficult. I might begin with the fact that it retards people. I am able to begin with how technology in used… Continue reading Deletion of Technology
I have a hypothesis: Ending slavery in the United States of America can be connected to the inevitable end of the world. Now that I have your attention, I will draw a distinct line from slavery the environmental crisis we are now faced with. Disclaimer: I do not blame the end of slavery with the… Continue reading Ending Slavery will end the world
To be mad in English, when I say English I do not mean American, I mean English. To be mad in English is to be crazy. Crazy as in odd, strange, bizarre, off your rocker; insane. In America, to be mad is mostly referring to the lacking of good temper and happiness. One can be… Continue reading Have you gone mad?!?
For some the path to success is clear. For them the route is planned out and already forged ahead of their departure. Knowing the path to achieve success, as it has been treed before them, does not mean there is an ease for the accessing the goal. In fact being bound by the chains of… Continue reading SUCCESS!!!
I’ve heard people talk about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as what happens when a charming individual is inserted into a war situation where they are constantly at fear for their life. They would be hearing repetitive sounds of ammunition showers going off overhead and all around them. I have spoken to a few different people who… Continue reading Glimpse of Ambiguity