I recently had another birthday and that makes me older that many and younger than others. I am old enough that this summer my high school graduating class will hold our 30 Year Reunion. Time truly does fly by. Sometimes I feel like the psalmist, "I have been young, and now I am old . . ." … Continue reading Birthdays: They Seem to Come Every Year
"Tolerance!" they shout. You must be tolerant to have value in society. If you do not tolerate differences in others you are "ignorant," "bigoted," "narrow-minded," and are likely a "religious nutter" (Fundamental or Evangelical Christian). At least that is what the media and modern society says. The modern American is tolerant of everyone. Excuse … Continue reading A New Tolerance Policy
Maybe you are familiar with them. If you have a young child at home, you get and have a lot of questions. Maybe you can answer them. Maybe, just maybe, you no longer have questions you need to ask. Not me! I have plenty of questions. Some questions are serious, some are rhetorical, and some, like … Continue reading Questions?
Last month I celebrated my 43rd birthday. Although I am still younger than some I am older than many, and now have some bits of wisdom I would like to pass along to those behind me chronologically.I started out with nothing and still have most of it.I am finally getting my head together; now my … Continue reading Discoveries of Aging