Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Consequence of Saying “Yes”

As I lay on my bed trying to come up with this morning’s topic, I kept going over my ‘to do’ list in my head as well. Not pretty. We’re talking major pileup of the¬†“must do’s” vs. the “not nows” … Continue reading

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The Proof, Vol. 2

Judgment. It’s a conundrum. We need it to figure out right from wrong, but then we let it turn us into finger-pointing, unforgiving¬†fools when someone goes backasswards and causes harm or strays from the cultural norms of the dominant¬†society. Or … Continue reading

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The Proof, Vol. 1

Critical thinking. Where did it go? Any ideas, anyone? Guarantee you it’s not outside the restrooms in Target or any other public restroom. Anybody tricked into policing an issue that was discreetly resolved decades ago should question why this was … Continue reading

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