Category Archives: perspective

“It is good to love many things” ~Vincent Van Gogh

“The more I think it over, the more I feel that there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.” Continue reading

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Response to Kids’ Misbehavior: “Good Old Days” vs. Now

Your great-grandparents probably committed childhood acts that would be prosecuted as crimes these days. Today even common childish behavior is being criminalized. Time to compare. Continue reading

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Angry Stranger’s Gift

She was sure lazy employees hadn’t stocked the shelves. She insisted on seeing the manager, who wasn’t there. She. Wouldn’t. Leave. Continue reading

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Does Your Name Make Life Better?

Your name influences how people perceive you, what career you choose, where you live, even your success. Continue reading

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For A Fresher & Juicier Experience, Mix It Up!

I’ve had it with sitting still and shutting up. Continue reading

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Look Up

Summer. Perfect for lounging around doing nothing more than gazing at clouds. It’s a completely free pastime. The traditional spot to indulge in this pleasurable activity is sitting in the grass. Better yet, lying on the grass. Stay there as clouds drift … Continue reading

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Why You Care About (insert celebrity here)

I am intrigued about the way technology intersects with the unspoken essence of loving connection. It leads me to a potentially crackpot theory…. Continue reading

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