People are such tools.

** WARNING: Long-ish post. Well worth the read, though.** Sooo, I’ve had cause recently to look back on 2019 a few times. Of course, there are many writing directions one can take such a sentence, but what I am going to highlight here is with regard to relationships. In my opinion, all of life is…Read more People are such tools.

The Problem with Agreement – part 2

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

The Problem with Agreement – part 1

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

Signing out

Why do I often feel like I’m missing out when I see someone communicating in sign language, or more than one person signing? It’s literally one of those modes of communication that comes across so beautifully to me. I’m thinking that this is along the same vein of what we feel when there are certain…Read more Signing out

BB5 – Handfuls of communication

It's time again to take it back - to an old blog post I used when I was a traveler. Location: Lagos, Nigeria. I wrote at the time from the perspective of a Nigerian expatriate, which I was. And am. Enjoy! Something really got my attention today. Ok, maybe two things. So this might not…Read more BB5 – Handfuls of communication

BB4 – The race to survive

For those of you who love traveling, our adventures continue! (If you're new to my blogbacks, go catch up - see archives). Okay guys, this has to be done. Yes, let's talk about driving - in Lagos. It's a thing of wonder, I tell you. Headed out to a mall, I asked the driver (of the house…Read more BB4 – The race to survive

Blogback (BB2)

My tales of life in Nigeria as a Nigerian expatriate continues... I'm back! Did you miss me? Naturally....I expected you to. Well, while my original intent was to continue in backtracking mode today, I'm heavily driven to first inform you about some goings-on today. While out to deposit money in a newly-opened bank account, I…Read more Blogback (BB2)