If meaning leads to happiness, what kind of meaning do you need? Are we talking about everything in life having to have deep significance at all times? Or, are there other ways to make sense of it? Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for June, 2013
Does meaning really matter?
You really do need some time out. Seriously. Just working flat out and burning the candle at both ends (always a painful exercise) gradually wears you down. Read the rest of this entry »
What makes the Tour de France the biggest race in history?
I’m a late entrant into the Tour de France. I’ve only been watching this Herculean phenomenon for the past ten years. But, despite the fact I’ve not been there for all the stuff of decades past, like so many fans, I’m there in spirit. Read the rest of this entry »
There's more than meets the eye about ugly people.
Ugly people do ugly things. Which is precisely why they are ugly in the first place. Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a happy birthday song bun fight going on out there and it’s all to do with who gets the cake. Yes, that innocent little happy birthday music song is tearing some people apart and they are already having a ding dong boxing match over it in Court. Read the rest of this entry »
Stories: what are you telling yourself?
Stories are everywhere. But perhaps the ones with the biggest influence are the stories you tell yourself. Read the rest of this entry »
Is talking enough to build a good relationship?
Talking might be considered cheap but it’s vital to maintaining a good relationship. Read the rest of this entry »
What's the secret to taking a better self shot?
Taking a good self shot is at once easy and tricky. Easy as most every smartphone lets you do it, along with an endless array of cameras. Tricky because in taking “selfies” you are jumping the divide between what you think you look like and what others see. Read the rest of this entry »
Feeling unappreciated? You are not alone.
Being unappreciated. Its familiarity reveals indifference has reached plague proportions. Read the rest of this entry »