C’mon, you can’t. You cannot improve yourself. That’s just not possible. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for February, 2014
"I wish I could but I can't".
Whacky people are drawn to the Church because nobody else will have them.
Have you ever met a religious nut? If you are like me then you’ve had more than your share. But what makes one person of faith an inspiration while another borders on the bizarre? Read the rest of this entry »
Does being happy mean you have to look like this too?
Positivity alert! Warning! Someone is trying to impress and it might not end well. Read the rest of this entry »
Kids need recognition as people with needs.
School is a tricky thing. On the surface, it’s a case of teaching children the 3 R’s of “readin’, writin’ and rifmatic”. But inevitably, there’s whole lot more to education that that. Read the rest of this entry »
How real is the idea of family happiness?
How happy are you family? On the surface it’s an innocent enough question. But the answers can often be vexed. Read the rest of this entry »
You won't find a good snotblock just anywhere.
Upfront I apologize. But it’s not my fault they are called “snotblocks“. Blame it all on being Australian. Read the rest of this entry »
There's more to family than most people think.
What if everyone you see out in the street was not a complete stranger but part of your family? It might seem a strange idea, given how different people can look and be. Not to mention how indifferent they seem to our set of needs. To consider them even remotely as family seems like a quantum leap. Read the rest of this entry »
What is your risk appetite?
The world is split in two halves. On the one risk is managed, calibrated, and minimized. On the other, people take their chances and just live. Read the rest of this entry »
Will the secrets of pig flight keep you slim?
Thanks to Internet advertising, did you know “You Can Get A Flatter Stomach In 30 Seconds”? While you are at it, you can also “Discover What Your Sleeping Positions Say About You”. Which may explain why sometimes you feel like you are going mad. Read the rest of this entry »