Imagine how dark your life would be without your friends, your family and your loved ones. It’s a bleak and miserable world.
Customer service these days are horrible. I’ve had so many problems with so many start-ups who try to go fully automatic with orders and customer service that it’s ridiculous.
This has somehow devolved into a therapy blog which wasn’t really my intent. But the point is that being aware of my emotions, noticing when I’m suddenly having a mood or difficult time in a movie, it is very insightful to ask why it might be so.
Accept yourself for who you are, because who you are is just the right experience, enthusiasm, energy, and stamina for who you are today, and who you are today is amazing.
socialism for capitalistic corporations (as ironic as that is) benefits nobody but the corporate owners. Socialism for the people goes back into the economy, increasing support and the need for employees, small businesses, and a plethora of industries many of whom, sadly, already are getting bailed out.
My fear has been that with one itchy finger trigger disaster is just waiting to strike. All we need is a car to backfire, or somebody to feel threatened for things to go wrong.
We’re taught to stand for the pledge (or the national anthem which stole the tune of a song of drinking and sex which is certainly something that I could get behind), but it becomes a habit rather than having the solemn meaning that it should.
I want to point out the dangers off judging the past by today’s standards.
There is a distinct difference between doing something because you want to as opposed to doing something because you have to.
We’re all Americans, so for one day, just for one day, let’s just be Americans.