Fear versus Common Sense and COVID 19

The fear surrounding COVID-19 is supplanting our collective common sense. The medical professionals and experts are providing their analysis and opinion. Should we listen, yes, but even if we ignored their advice, we happen to have our individual and collective common sense. Or do we? Defined: Fear: an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that…

Equally Apart

Has the success of women in the workforce reduced the need for heterosexual relationships beyond procreation and fornication?  This question has been lingering in my mind for over the last four years, but I couldn’t reach a definitive opinion on the matter.  It was triggered by my observations and perceptions of the dating scene in…

Pareto’s Principle Paradox

The past cannot be changed, the present is hard to gauge, and the future is 80 percent a result of what you do today and 20 percent circumstance and beyond your circle of influence.

Loyalty

Focus on creating the loyalty of commitment, and I believe you will build meaningful long-term relationships

Overweight, Who Cares?

In April of 2013 I wrote: If you’re like me or worse the thought of dieting has likely crossed your mind. The idea of using #Hydroxycut (which I’ve witnessed work for two distinctly different individuals) has probably penetrated your thoughts. How about Jenny Craig? You’ve probably been one digit away from ordering an exercise video,…

Democrats Wrong About Republicans. Republicans Wrong About Democrats.

Democrats Are Wrong About Republicans. Republicans Are Wrong About Democrats. By Perry Bacon Jr. The defining divide in American politics is probably between Republicans and Democrats. It encapsulates all our other divides — by race, education, religion and more — and it’s growing. This partisan divide is such a big part of people’s political identities,…