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The Dichotomy of the Smile and Handshake

You're standing there, observing an individual's face. Then his hand. He reaches out to you, not to hit you, but to grasp your hand. You look up and see a smile on it. But how do you interpret that smile? That smile may be a wonderful smile, or it may be
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Posted by on April 29, 2019

Society - The Human Farce

There is a word in English, "society". One definition for it refers to subsets of humankind, "clubs, or organizations formed for a particular purpose or activity". The root concept being members share something in common. The word "union" comes to mind, or
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Posted by on June 6, 2019

Society - The Human Farce

There is a word in English, "society". One definition for it refers to subsets of humankind, "clubs, or organizations formed for a particular purpose or activity". The root concept being members share something in common. The word "union" comes to mind, or
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Posted by on June 6, 2019

The Dichotomy of the Smile and Handshake

You're standing there, observing an individual's face. Then his hand. He reaches out to you, not to hit you, but to grasp your hand. You look up and see a smile on it. But how do you interpret that smile? That smile may be a wonderful smile, or it may be
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Posted by on April 29, 2019

Incident While Purchasing a Sympathy Card

Well my wife informed me someone she knew lost his mother the other day and she wanted to show the fellow and his father that she was sorry by giving them a home baked pumpkin pie and a cobbler. Included with those things was to be a sympathy card. So she
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Posted by on January 13, 2019

Focusing on What Matters in the year 2019

The focus today is what matters in the year 2019 and it is apparent to me that human relationships matter most. What I see going forward into the year 2019 is that more and more people need to reconnect, prioritize and legitimize their focus to the things
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Posted by on January 4, 2019

Would you stay with someone who as cheated on you?

Would you stay with someone who as cheated on you?
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Posted by on December 18, 2018

End Of Life

I wrote a little while ago in "Waiting For Death" about someone who had received a diagnosis of terminal cancer. They are still with us and improving now that the drugs have all been withdrawn. It seems odd but he is no longer suffering swollen ankles and
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Posted by on November 23, 2018

I'm So Glad I'm Not a [Blank]

I don't know how often I've thought to myself, "I'm glad I'm not a [Blank]." Fill in the blank. I use a blank, because there are a number of things I'm glad I'm not! Once in my travails, I came across a free-range chicken farm that truly is free range. No
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Posted by on August 27, 2018

Those Words: It was his own fault!

I'm guilty. You're very probably guilty. Yes, likely we're all guilty. We're guilty of using the expression, "But it was his own fault!" I knew a couple of young boys -twins- to whom I was never close. They were foolish boys, sons of a woman whom I had me
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Posted by on July 12, 2018

What in the Dickens is a Caucasian, Anyway?

Anthropologist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach [1752-1840] erroneously postulated, about the turn of the 19th century, the origin of the “white race" as being from the Caucasus mountain region. Hence, the term Caucasian. In the U.S. one of the most commo
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Posted by on June 24, 2018

Socks and Being Cool in School

When I was very young, I had, as probably almost all kids had, no choice in what I wore. Mom was the sole authority in the matter. Some of the things she chose for me I hated, though I'd love 'em now. Things like a camel's hair coat and hat. Now Mom was b
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Posted by on May 22, 2018