So, grownfolks, I live in one of the states within America that has begun opening up in phases and boy, what a difference it has made! There have been many losses we have all incurred in this period, but in thinking, I realized one thing: I like some of the outcomes of this pandemic. I…Read more On the flip side
I just have a number of questions, pressing ones that might make sense to you, Worry Wart, ole buddy ole pal. Please, hear me out, and help me out also with answers to my questions. The way I figure it, my questions might help you, and your answers me. Win-win. First off, when did it…Read more Questions for my friend, Worry Wart.
Hi guys! Ok, let’s continue on with our discussion I begun last time. The other real problem with being surrounded solely by those who think like us is that it lends to less capable brains, in my opinion. What is it that scientists are known to say? That most (or all) of us only use…Read more The Problem with Agreement – part 2
There’s something I’ve noticed for some time now, and I think it’s time I put my thoughts to paper (as it were). It seems to me that everything in our cultural landscape is “forcing” people into conformity. Let’s take as an example a major expression of our current culture: social media. The way most of…Read more The Problem with Agreement – part 1
What is it about mothers and mothering that causes people to spend oodles yearly in celebration of them? Well, in my experience: It’s the only calling that isn’t necessarily based on ordination. It’s a task for which there is no standard/model/template to work with. A job in which every single day is different since there…Read more Why you need to…love a mother.
As I sit here writing this, it’s crazy cloudy out, and the skies are preparing themselves for a nice downpour. I don’t know what it is about impending rain, but I always find myself mesmerized (for lack of a better word) at the heavens. I find myself constantly looking upwards, checking, readying for those first…Read more Something about the clouds
"Comparison is the death of authenticity." ~Lance Wallnau