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The Truth. The Whole Truth. Nothing But The Truth.
I am not about politics. I am about people. Though in the end politics comes down to people. So I guess you could say that I am about the politics of what makes people tick. Particularly what makes us tick so that we can attain and maintain peace and harmony. Continue reading
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Jane’s Prediction: The End of Shadow Pride and Prejudices
Wobbly standing on the galactic shoulders of Miss Jane Austen like a knobby-kneed seventh grade cheerleader, I put forth this thought: We, the human race, must sort out a few things about pride in order to finally shed our prejudices, … Continue reading
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The Death of (Most) Problems
I’m trying to get my kids out the door to get to camp on time. We’re running behind.
I look at the clock. Rats! There is no avoiding that they’re going to be at least ten minutes late.
“Oh the horror!” I mean, who cares? It’s ridiculous, right?
Yet I do care to a certain extent, because I like to be organized and on the ball and all that.
Being late feels sloppy to me and I don’t like sloppy.
Plus, I feel it’s disrespectful to keep people waiting.
Clearly, I bring a lot of baggage to being late. Continue reading