One may be good, more isn’t better – the meaning of life, part 2.

“We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like.” Fight Club. On the one hand, I like to have choices. On the other hand, I almost always choose the same things. Is it really necessary to have hundreds of options? I’m pretty sure that our planetary problems …

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If you’re going to lose your temper, stay away from hammers.

Anger is in the news a lot these days. People are feeling it. Politicians are using it as a recruiting tool. News channels are using it for ratings. I’ve written about it myself, discussing how often, anger is a secondary emotion masking something underneath, like pain or shame. We don’t want to deal with the …

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Focus and outlook matter.

Thirty-five views and twenty-six likes. The stats for a recent blog post. Guess which number I’m focusing on?Who are these people who read what I wrote and didn’t like it? Was it the way I strung my words together? Was it the attempts at funny – I worry about those sometimes; dry doesn’t always translate …

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